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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 5, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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'UBRARY "r"1






tJAidYear 1964 We're Bullish In Banking Realty !i ,




Banking Assets County Realty ';



Take Big Jump Activity Hits I 1


Over June r s'aA HIS1'Of. Peak For Year


The county banking '\ FI Processing of legal paper on
tions In the fiscal the Msrco: bland DevelopmentCorporation's
June 30 scored new : V real estate deal
.
able gains in both ?" with the Collier interests for

sources and deposits. land on Marco Island and vicinity
resources for the jn, 3V3 ) ; boosted county real estate

tutlons climbed from UMlEfofr j I total for the current processing

211 to $39, 415,139 in _ -__ period to 6468000.
c; The total for the month of
"
month
span. June reaching $9,423,702 more

What's more, the ,, 4tT than doubled the total for any
previous month in 1064 Th
of all four Institutions
'Rfohl
six-month real estate total
fident there is
more stand
at $23.177,650.

The jump in total The (1.122,100( land deal by
the MIDC and the Collier was
16
per cent plus, Is
for parcel in Sections through
largest
percentage 25 28. 31: and 34, Involving more
one recent The
year. than 10,000 acres of land
total deposits from $
Other sale of $1,000 or over
to $35,760,890 In the with values taken from tax

represents a gain of stamps on recorded deeds Included

per cent. the following:

G. Howett and Naomi Willinnis .

ALL t Vote to Florence R. McGill, 1
Typical of the bullish Naples, Lola 1(1\, 17 18 and part '

't expressed by banking : Lot 19. Blk 22 Tier 2, Naples,
Is the comment made #:1IU>00: Harley T. and Lois E.

McGoon of the Naples innate to K T. and Iva M

Savings and Loan Hullnid, Hut'roctuburg, 1\)'.. part
Lots ,< and 4. Blk 5. Tier 4. Na.
"There is no reason to
"pics. flORDO.: Chief Pontiac Mo.
there will be a change tor Ino. la William W. and

growth pattern." Marguerite ('. Initehutt, Wright-

"It looks like a Patterson Air Force Hnse, Ohio,

coming up," said Mrs Gov. li a speed for a rally spoil Jut t :U, Blk |9 l, Unit 2, Royal
Tooke, president of the Cored by the American Patriot Hinbor. 7.4H( ). E. H Frank
,
Naples pus Wall.it: also accused tlio U.S. ct al. ti) Marguerite I,. Walker,

"We are going to with a Supreme Court < ful lot of development North away at freedom :and auppmt. :!II. Lukewod Park $ .000; The

next several years" the 'Ing tyranny for 10 years. Brent Corp,, to Euil L. and

Turner, president of "It Is perfectly obvious from Edna C Whitford, Lewiston,
National Bank of ., cat the left.wing liberal pies and N Y. The Carriage Hub Unit
Just beginning he said bul. from the left-wing law joiiiiuls H. parcel In Lou 5 and tl, Unit
,
:2, The Meetings, $21.500 L. V
New
"We have had a that what the court Is saying ;
behind all the Jargon I la that Shield tii Alfred and Marie
year, our bank records they don't like our form of gov Attlsclium, Naples part lot 87,
steady growth not added ernment,1 he ald. Naples Imp. Co'. Little Farms 1
but steady, and the futu to the Former $1!>,HOO,
Gov Ross Burnett
solid," said William : had Mississippi also of VANDFIUIILT :
stoke| at the
president of the Bank : con. rally He called President John W. C'hupin and Margaret P.

glades in Immokalee. .,' son a "counterfeit Confederate Mutter to ItoRt-r 1), and Betty

The Naples Federal who resigned from the South," It. (;rlrhth. HilUborn, Ohio, IM )
and Loan Association and described civil rights i work. :27, nik f. Unit I, Conner.

financial institutions In nation era In Mississippi as "beaidecl t Vanderbilt Benin Estates $4-
sources and deposits, |power beatnik who ought to go homo Roil; riurUon, 0. Craig to John
creases of about 22 Wal. and shave and tike a bath." M. and Ella C, Kennedy Na.
per Fourth Barnett tailed on Sollth.rni'rlto pies, Part Lots" II l and 8, all
the last fiscal year in am a muster under\ the banner of Ut 7, Bad Axe KuliM, $10,500;

tegories. 5)Y'0 Wallace and the unpledged' Dig Cypress Gulf and Country
Resources at the loan d*. elector movement. Club, Inv? tn Edmund D, und
tion as of June 30, right Mary (;S. Dwyer, Falls Church

reported at $14,003,407 and CHARGES RED LEANINGS Va.. Ut 18, Illk III, Riff Cy.
I ings at $12,883,646. to press (i,,lf and Country Club
Wallace said It Is to
30, 1963, they were I Its en. dirt the Supremo Couit's easy opln.pre Estate, $4200() ; Pierce T and r

$11,472,238 and $ ( Ion. Helen K Sea*) to John J.
have
t respectively. lt ''On. may fln.l the answer In (Continued O. page II)
Resources at the ( ) so. the Communist Manifesto" h*
ing institution in the said
to
I. Bank of Naples. : It," lie emphailted he was not Thieves Active 4
$10,858,777 in June 1963 calling the Supreme Courf )Ju.,
tires Communists, "but I .do say .
070,836. Deposits ,
that dec of the In
moving up from) $ every single islon Naples Area
court in the past 10 years which
$11,026,023 in the
related in any way: to each of
Naples police are continuing
"The
Federal tax cut .
these objective has been de.elded
investigation of a breaking and
ed said Tooke
Mrs. ) against freedom ami In
at the Nassau 1'001 Shop
entering
average family is hud. favor of tyranny" ,
spending more. The to Wallace said Inc. at 473 Fifth Avenue, South,

in Florida are up 24 do-or- "At this time I have definite, and a theft of an outboard motor

due to Incorporation concrete plan to get i pieslden. near the launching ramp In

new businesses, and tlal! elector In the following the Crayton Cove area.

ing and other new home state Florida Georgia South Doth crimes were committed

Both resources and Carolina, North Carolina Vlr. Thursday evening or early Fri-
the Bank of Naples swing I gins, New York Indiana! III I.nols I. day morning
hit I Wisconsin, Missouri,
Harold Doyd.Sr. the loser
,was
per cent in the past year ( Barry Kentucky Arkansas Tennessee,
of f 1956 30-fiorsc-power John10rl' *
Resources First
civil and of course Alabama, Missis
on June 30, 1964, were t linil. and Louisiana." outboard motor. Ills boat
--
'
047, a jump of 15 per II* laid he Is giving serious was parked near the launching

the 1963 figure of $ that consideration to other states as ramp Thursday evening and the
Deposits lumped from a* welt, but he did not name motor was found missing from

253 to $8,196,002: or for them the boat at 8 a.m., Friday

per cent in the past ', racial morning
vote Police officer J.f>. ipolm reported -
| ,
NEW ADDITION the motor was still at*

"The prospects are tached to the boat at 4 arm Frl

ful," said Turner and is |'' Arti L day. The motor was valued at
ing up his enthusiasm with which/ $123. The bait bucket and other

000 addition to the present fishing equipment In the boat

ing. "It will more than W- was not touched, it was report

working space," he said. won ed.
ner based his optimism the The Removing jalousie panes and

building boom Naples Is but cutting a screen In a rear bath

iencing and the had By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS room window, thieves gained entrance
1f.1.. l ..
to the Nassau Pool
Shop
growth in Golden Gate 'I ; ;
and the Marco Island / LONDON (APSoviet Pre. Inc., and took $33 (in bills and

ment, "to mention only .Ion.. rater Khrushchev: will onfer silver dollars from the cash box.
factors." with other Communist: lead. The theft occurred sometime
at
President Price of era in Warsaw later this monthon between 5:15 p.m. Thursday and

of Everglades in here the Mosrow.Peklng split, In. 8 a.m. Friday Police are still
formed sources laM t Friday.
Investigating
!lieves the development today
However, the fathering would
gar Industry in the b* smaller than the worldwide

"could become a mainstay: I meeting of Communist party * * * * *
economy" But he chieftains reportedly sought by
-
recognize quality the Russians to press their arfumnt .
commercial building against the Fed Chi Weather Outlook

nes*.

(Continued on page : .. .... Partly tlcudjr through SUB-
-- -- Injunction lull brought In fed. ;. day ilh scattered mostly of.ternoun .
VIENNA, Austria (AP) Jo.
.ral court lndi\lduals or, if sncj evening thunder
Your Last Chance a pattern or practice of dlscrlm serin Catholic Cardinal Mlndszenty of Hun.Roman khowers.. Low, In 70*. high
primate
Inatlon Is alleged, bi the V.S. ,y4 r Sundsy SO to .... Variable Ila
attorney gary, may soon end his long ex.
general
lie In the UA Legation In Buda. 11 mile wind, a little guts.ty
Q. What if a court order barring near shower.
discrimination Is pest, Informed source say.
Naples Fishing Tournament obe>ed? not The Informants reported Fri.
day that In the TIDES
A. A judge, using hi* ch'tlcon.tempt progress pro.
longed negotiation In Rom be.
power, could put a ri I
eon In lad until h* agreed to tween Hungarian and! Vatican High, Low
official on the.___ future__. nf_ thct.. _
iro - n
Winds At obei the court order ButI a church In the Communist countr a.m. *ra. n.m. p.m. 1\l
Up Midnight TodayThe ,Judge anted to punish a "per '.. They said a settlement "ap. July J 102: 1.80: 1:45 1:07:
eon for a past \tnlatlon through
criminal contempt proceedings .+ .. pears to be In sight" July I I.S3 JO ;.55 2:41: 4.03:

fourth annual Greater Na. by youngsters 13 ai'11 unier. The entries this year "nate om. In there ould hate to be 4 jur Add one hour for Marco

pies Fishing Tournament con. Chamber retained sponsorshipof at a food rate." trial r. WARSAW, Poland (AP) Add one hour, Naples Bay bridge
the contest Involving out of Q. What about the bail on rill
at mld-night after
eludes today r Polish
He commented that the tournament wry I as t; Foreign Minister Adam
waat officials term a "most sue.cessful' town visitors. has eno>'ed "an cm.fcarrassment crimination In .mrlo\ mt'nt" : Rapaekl and other nigh officials Weather Review
competition beginningMay Elaborate prize and trophy M.lection of riches In snork When doll It become effective" attended Independence Day
are being offered the A. \ ) ,ar from now.
lth. celebration
entries) It seem the nook at the U.S. Embassy Mas. MIL Rain
contest de. winners by all three sponsors. Q. What businesses sill it 011;
This year's was a
been Friday, apparently 'suppressingtheir Jvnt 27
have so good during th* past II 71 '.05
The Chamoer's committee, head pl> to? _
from
partur previous years a* annoyance at Atty. Gen
two months that fisher.
two.other organizations Joined .d by Harold "Skipper" Smith, men abandoned plans many to seek the A. Business !%tth 100 01' Robert F. Kennedy June 29 01 70 '.11
with the tournament founding this week announced that two. more employee are covered in June 29 .1 71 0.00
M" ones of our other aloe .,* Ranking Polish officials had
Greater Naples Chamber of Com. foot high, elaborately decorated tlen when their the first year after It becomes been expected to boycott the June 30 01 74 '.45
they kept filling .
met. e In sponsorship. trophies will be awarded to the bout and ears up with good effect he, those with 75. or mere : :: embassy party to emphasize July 1 to 72 O.M
Tie Clti Rei''reatlon Depart. top .of-town contestant The used .nollkl"! In the second those .Ith0 or 0 their chagrin at Kennedy's ac. July 2 so 72 0.00
meat .umt',1) sponsorship and Jaybee have gathered several more In. the third and those ttviliee here this week Knn July I I' /
'ti,*r' If ton of the segment olthe( hundred dollars worth of prizes, Winner I this \ I.4r' on! with 2n or more thereafter.Q. ''- -- dy aroused such spontaneous 71 O.oa* ,
from loral merchants "bur the test will I 14 aniiourii' .1 I witrilna What about seasonal em DIM w CarlkB*., Q.retnt
lour e set ui se'i Iflcall) for public enthusiasm his visit overshadowed -
. to 11 resident The Naples youngsters. >..,ut 10 ili r I" r1lt,, Smit',. rimes'. How are the- aimed DEFENSE FORCE..*.rf.l jot StarflgMtrs ef the welcome for :;

Jjitn* M> <..< I it'' nt j aUgnr.ffer Smith. \\ho nerved 4* nveral! wilt theawrda! *r" rno, !u f the Jpsn. .s. AI'.C.'....* Fore fl the flight,, line at the Yugoslav President Tito, a state J.
.'11' fc'i 1 at "51 dent 'latimai,. re ,,' withal .Iu'.d stortli "..rt'.fter. (Continued on page S) Chiles Air Base en the. rgrlhsn,. island ef H.llk.ld.i rued.




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. July b. Its.I J SAN FRANCISCO 2' Detroitfeoys
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GOLDEN San Francisco-GOP Convention City

Few Incidents IRIDGE CJ ALCATIAZ ArsIeM1AAa Found ShotIn

I I ReportedOn (f {l.IOANIA. Schoolyard


I .
/ SAN DETROIT Mich. (AP) TV
Integration Scene y (I HUMAN'S FRANCISCO teen.age Detroit boy were shot

UyLOMIA.RO and killed, and their bodies wer
C COIT Nc found early today on a SCFK,4

/ ATLANTA ca. CAP;) TWO of not agreeing with that kind of / ofOh OWEI xN playground where other your,
restaurant operators reacted vlo legislation. I have no bones to ST. = ten had been exploding firs
y ( 1
lently when Negroes sought pUk" crackers.
service the day after the nvil However most North Carolina S.IDI0/ = SAN v- I ; Officers aid Shedon Miller,
rights law had been signed, businessmen took the attitude of i a FRANCISCO. wi 14, had been shot at least six:
But they were In a minority. members of the Fajettevllle oAPAY times and Pat Brown, 17, twic-
Public accommodations were Restaurant Association who / IACKSO N ST. 'Ga IAInfiECAlIF0aN1A lx 'Y aa I with a small-caliber weapon.
tested quietly and successfully said, "We Are loyal Americans, < Police. sought the killer.
in many parts of the country, and we will[ obey the law." The SL I HOP The boys' bodies were found
Including several Southern clt. majority of civic and govern shortly after midnight, lying to.
les where violence had flared in ment leaders agreed C / RIMY ST. Z gether In a shallow depressionIn
the past. Even the KU Klux Klan urged POST ST.tAR1 the Emerson schoolyard on
Looking at the overall pictureon white persons )in Mississippi + y 0M Detroit's northwest side Two
Friday, President Johnson coastal areas to let polite g. _s I\.VO. y1. r4EIVI other youngsters found the bod.
called it "wonderful and hope. handle any racial trouble. i Y lei, police said.
ful." At the same time he relt. Leaflets distributed In Gulf CENTR' tAtsoytVD' Mrs. Abe Miller, mother of
rated his plea for who'eheart.' port, Blloxl, Pascagoula and 0 .1.1H' Sheldon, told newsmen childrenhad
ed compliance Pass Christian tailed on white 4Ivry been exploding flrecrack.
But there were a few Inrl persons "to stand back and I to ers throughout the night at the
dents. In Atlanta Lester Maddox avoid onflltt. These peo. a nearby playground.Pat .
forced three Negro ministers pie want Mississippi planed Under TOti0 the son of Mr. and Mrs.
$ away from his eating place, at martial Uw," ecoNTf Guy Brown was shot once In
( the point of a pistol. A six.foot cross flamed at the N GAT[ 1/K L fALACt + the head and upper chest, offl.
"Get off my property," he edge of Lake Blstlneau In Blen cars said. Sheldon was killed by
(shouted, jerking out a pistol as vllle Parish east of Shreveport, / 'I IAIACE wogr two shots In the head, one In the
(the three drove Into his parking La., the only Incident reported back which struck the heart,
lot In the northwest section of the and three In the stomach, police

He was backed U[> by an angry state, described as a segregation REPUBLICAN POWWOW SITE San Francisco and main streets The figures indicate hotels Scranton. the two principal contenders for the said.The
white crowd brandishing ax strongholl. one of America most cosmopolitancities which will be headquarters for top convention presidential nomination; ((3)) Sheraton.Palace, boys' homes are in a sub.
handles which Maddox keeps In During the day the Shreveport Is host to the Republican party's national personalities; 111 St. Francis Hotel, former New York Gov Nelson Rockefeller and ((4)) stantlal mlddle-class residentialarea.
a box Inside the front door of Hotel Association! announced It convention opening July 13 in the Cow Palace President Dwight D. Eisenhower Richard M. Jack Tar Michigan Gov, George W Romney
his eating place would c'omply'Ith the civil Convention delegates, alternates and the host Nixon. Henry Cabot Lodge GOP National Cable car lines run along California, Hyde and
The Negroes left, Raying they rights Uw and accept< Negro pa. of other party followers who will converge on Committee Chairman Miller Oregon Gov Mark Powell. Newsmap at right shows the principal The world's largeit plain rolls
would return. The restaurantwas Irons The lunch counters at the city will be intrigued by its landmarks, 0 Hatfield, convention keynote speaker: Sen routes by which the Cow Palace may be from the Arctic's edge acres
closed yesterday. MaddoX three variety stores were quietly scenic beauty, cable cars and traditions of two Thruston B. Morton of Kentucky convention reached from downtown San Francisco, Arrow Canada the United State. and
planned to attend a July 4 desegregated for the first time centuries dating back to Spanish rule. News- chairman, ((2)) the Mark Hopkins, Stn Barry indicates direction to citys International Mexico to the Yucatan flatlands.W45 .
rally In Atlanta featuring Gov. Fating places were Integrated map, left shows principal points of Interest Goldwater and Pennsylvania Uov William Airport.
George C, Wallace of Alabama peacefully In such itles as Aus.
and Ross Barnett, former KOV tin, Tex.; \Danville Richmond,
crier of Mississippi. and Petersburg, Va.t Blrmlng.
GOP CONVENTION DELEGATE COUNT'
Xt Mil. ham and' Montgomery, Alai Al.
Cambridge residu.rail 'NN
ami Amerlrus IAA
Irony, Valdosta ,
operator| Robert fehsen.
Jjfeld( was arrested and charged Ga.j Tallahassee Tampa and MONT, N.DAIL l2Y \4
ksonvllle: Fla.t Memphis, and .
with assault and buttery alter a 14 14 '
shoving match with t Negro In. Nashville, OIL 36 HY MASSLfj

T itegratlnn, leader Tenn I NO L K. W30 MIEN. 92 A.14NP.
Pollm lultl Lawrence l>. Cun. j W'O d4
tiff u field gpcrptiiy nl the yE 612 ,
aIStudeot; : Nonviolent Cmirdlnat.: MIAMI (AP-Negroes, acting T IOWA
Ing Committee from Wash. under the newly signed civil Nly, IS u ILL IND. ONTO NJ, 40j

2:1111:1011.:: D.C., bud! started Into rights bill, integrated former all UTAH COLD, 5$ 32 vA A bII 12CALIF.
the rest.iur.nil ill I"ehnsonlelcla white public facilities In most "sw t d1r 14 1i t AN. MO. 14 MD. 20
started out major Florida cities Friday d3 Kv.ZA
20
24
16 N.C.p
After the shoving match In without Incident. .
r 24N'M
the doorway: Cumllff swore out Negroes o bt al n e d serviceIn AAIi, 1{ TENN.
a warrant Jelmenfelcl wis: restaurants in Tallahassee ARK. S.
taken Into lustnrty ami then Tampa Jacksonville and a num. ;$ 16 14 22 12 16
Au
sA.
releised INI kin own! recogiil. ber of other cities, and were ad. MISS.
nitre for a hearing Moniliy.lehKeitfeld mltted to theaters that once "t' I 13 10 un
owns Ulx/laml, a barred doors to them. .e.4Mawt.a TEXAS LA. "
rent,iur:nit und Nail parlor, that Only in Ocala where two res. '; A ALASKA 12 "I 56 20 FU. '

was the MI one of several violent taurants did not open Friday ti 34I
ru..III ilishes\ In the past was there any indication of pos. + HAWAII j ,, swyr
Small RI cups' or Negroes were Bible resistance to the contro. I 'IUTATO lIGO 3 ?N't' ' rf 1h .
[ served without Inildent! ut two vf'nlallaw. a
other. establishments In Cam Officials of the National Asso. VIRGIN ISUNDr 3M ,h''''p'' TTOTALn1,3O _P

bridge where demonstrations elation for the Advancement of
I were staged: I hint summer heron Colored people said that Miami WHERE THE DELEGATE VOTES ARE-Delegates from the states and territories will

JNitlonnl Cuird troops' moved In will not be made a target for GOP RALLYING POINTThe Cow Palace In the.putskirts of San 'Fratklactitwill' come .cast a total of 1,308 votes on each roll call at the Republican national convention It
[to quell tin violent. tests under the law. 13 Cow Palace. Number of votes needed to nominate
begins July at San Francisco's a
to life the week of July 13 a1 the Republicansfather) : there for their presidential nominating
Tho ors of I rent iur mi ut "We do not plany any testingin presidential candidate: 655.
j Durham NC0 were" |inked mid this area because of our convention. itt i\ ,
jtltt lllllMllt", driwu.rr U> working agreement with people .. ...,. .. .r ____u _
. .. .. ..
:; ''Y ,j4dr9ktMn w Ie fa m.Ktt .of'responsibility in this comnu( >T r T :s. ''fiJ1' ;;t wf -: SS- *1'LBJ .' 11"W' I/) .' .
' reilau. J wr.;: : .. '1 '
Adc IH k>|< nlty, said the*pv. Theodore ' CORE
[ rant in Durham the lust| SO Gibson, president of the local 'TexcTr'MotelIntegrated RefusesTo

\years, said, "It's. just n matter NAACP However chapter.a spokesman for the Honors 30 Wit Readmit Rusk Proposes p USSR Open I

,, Congress on Racial Equality In (

I ed check Miami restaurants four said previously CORE Monday.planned segregat.He said to 8 Years Ago Medal Of FreedomWASHINGTON Julius HobsonKANSAS Arms Inspection Doors

MPLE there would be no major sit-ins STONEWALL Tex (AP) CITY, Mo. (AP) -.
$ "We're Just going to see U Tourists visiting the summer \ (AP) Twen.> burgh, 4'7. president of the Unl. The Congress of Racial Equal. PHILADELPHIA (APSec.. Ings such as the work on desal.
they're obeying the law, nothing White House will have a choice ty.flve men and five women,,I verslty of Notre Dame; Clar. Ity (CORE) settled the first in. retary of State )Dean Rusk calledon inlzatlon of water, on which
more," he said. of integrated motel and dining prominent In such diverse pur.> ence L. Johnson 54, designer of ternal problem of Its 22nd an. Soviet leaders yesterday to i Soviet scientists and our own
The four restaurants said they facilities In this small community suits as pubUt' affaire, science,i the U2, and All airplanes; Fred. nual convention by upholding open their doors,"" we are will, recently agreed."
jEATPE would abide by the law and two miles from the LBJ the arts, .business ant Journal.. crick R. Kappel 62, boardi the expulsion of a dissident for. log to open ours," to a system' The redbrick building where
serve Negroes.In Ranch as well as In President Ism, are the 1964 winners of th i chairman of American Tale; mer leader who sought rein. arms inspection that would Rusk made his appeal to the
Tampa, NAACP state field Johnson boYhood home town Medal of Freedom.. phone & Telegraph Co.; Helene statement make possible a reduction in Soviet Union Is considered the
Period Of secretary Rob e rt Saunders IS miles vast, Johnson City The highest civil honor ;tl i 1 A, Keller, 84, leader In efforts Julius Hobson, who had been armaments."We birthplace of American Inde.
JULY* THRU JULY I 11th called for a statewide meetingof Kermit Hahne, operator of the president can bestow, the medal, to assist the blind; Willem de head of the Washington D.C. believe," Rusk said in a pendence and is the home of
youth council representatives new Stonewall Motel said his was created in 1945 to rewardcivilian I Kooning 60, abstract painter CORE chapter, said the requealto speech at Independence Hall\ the Liberty Bell.
SUN.MON.TUES in Orlando today. nearby restaurant had been In. accomplishments in i John 1.. Lewis, 84, former pres. seat him and five of his fol. "that the Soviet leaders recog. In his address, Rusk said that
Purpose of the meeting, Saun.tegrated the eight years slmeIt war."Collectively ident of the Mine Workers Un. lowers Involved a fundamental nlze a common Interest with us American foreign policy Is mov.
I : tfulNCREDIBLEMrUIMPETI i ders said, was to "school our opened they have made, ion; Walter Llppmann, 74, jour. disagreement on alms and in reducing the dangers of a Ing simultaneously along sever
young people on the civil rights Ills 10-unlt motel Is the only man's ,world safe, his physicalbody nallst Ralph Emerson McGill, methods. great war. al lines to "secure the blessings
I I bill." overnight facility in Stonewall.lit 'more durable his mind: 66, journalist. The vote by the convention be. "We most earnestly hope that of liberty to ourselves and our
"we don't want our youth Johnson City motel owner broader, his leisure more de. Dr. Helen B. Taussig 66, pro. hind closed doors Friday night they will open their doors as posterity,"
o ; council members going off half Emil Kroll said passage of the llghtful 'his standard of living Lessor of pediatrics; Lewis stood 213 In favor of expelling we are willing to open ours, to The first essential, he said, is
cocked" he said. new rlvll rights Uw will not af. higher and his dignity Impor.' Mumford, 68, author; Edward Hobson and 21 against, with 17 the sort of inspection which will to "repel and to do all we can
WESTONANDREW feet his buslno" last," President Johnson rfaid R. Murrow, 56, former head of delegates abstaining. make possible genuine progressin to prevent aggression by what.
sores': Friday in announcing these re.> the U.S. Information Agency;; The action against him, Hob. reducing armaments. ever means"
:'ciplents: Samuel Eliot MorUon, 76, naval son said, was "part of a con,> "At the same time, we heart To this end, he continued, the
Dean Acheson 71, former,a, historian; Reinhold Niebuhr, 72, certed campaign by the national ly favor increasing contacts be. United States and Its allies
WED.THUR.FRIft I retary of state; Detlev W. theologian; Leontyne Price 3'7. leadership to turn CORE Into a tween our people and those of are maintaining "massive retaliatory .
,...". - Bronk, 66, neurttphyslologtst! ; opera star, A. Philip Randolph less militant and more con.the Eastern European states forces and increasingly
IALU lN Walt Disney, 62, cartoonist; Carl 1 75, president of the brotherhood servatlve organization which and the Soviet Union. And we strong and mobile conventional
OBJD, "le Vlnson, 81, Georgia congressman .> of Sleeping Car Porters; Carl will be easier to finance" welcome cooperative undertak. forces."
uAUA A ; Aaron Copland, 63, composer .> Sandburg, 86, poet; John Stein. While he waited for the decl. Under this policy, he said, the
.BRIDE J. Frank Doble 75, writ. beck 62 slon, Hobson told
i author;; Thomas J. newsmen United antes is determined to
er; D,'. Lena Edwards, 63physl., Watson Jr., 50, president of the "CORE Is becoming a joke, with 500 Viet Troops assist the victims of "such aggressions .
SATURDAY clan T, S, EUot, 76, port, Alfred .> International Business Machines Its direct action and nonvlo. on
March To ObserveIndependence as are now going
Lunt, 71, and Lynn Fon.',Corp; Dr, Paul Dudley White lence. There Is nothing wrong In Southeast Asia guerrilla
T tanm, husband and wife acting 78, heart specialist. with them as a tool. "But U Day warfare and terrorism directed
team; John W, Gardner 51, we are going to operate in the from the outside and sustained
D-! president of the Carnegie Fou n.. The United States sells more framework of the law-and that SAIGON, South Viet Nam by Infiltrating trained men and
lotion for the Advancement ol f than 28 per cent of the tobacco Is the only way we can do It un. (AP-About 1,500 Vietnamese arms across national frontiers."
: Teaching.The leaf bought in free world markets less we want to raise an army troops marched with their He called the Communist aggressions .
Rev Theodore M. H..., some '05 billion pound and tear everything down .vSHADES American advisors at the Me.' in Laos and South
kong River delta of
capital My Viet Nam "gangster wars."
Tho today In observance of the
At the same time, Rusk de.
U.S. Independence Day.
Glared "we also seek areas of
'DRIVE.FRI.SAT .IN Watching the parade were the agreement-and of cooperationwith
17'.AIL
,
Vietnamese
THEATRE premier, MaJ. Gen our adversaries." Under
u.r t Y Nguyen Khanh, Deputy U.s. Am. this policy he called for in.
bassador U. Alexis Johnson
creasing ooperatlon where It
and Lt. Cello William C, West. of
Is possible as a matter
LIMIT moreland, commander of U.s. common Interest with the Soviet
forces in South Viet Nam
Union and other Communist
Rot&tsonlRSda I Vietnamese officials decorat. countries.
ed nearly 20 American advisors
lpI including Cot. Edward W. Mark.

Air Tfffar I WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME? y ey of Falls Church Va., de. DeGaulle, Erhard
i parting senior advisor to the
Vietnamese Army's Seventh DI. To
Agree Step Up
pull SSCOMB IP14TVI stocks "H" AND "I" OP WM IIDOI IXTINSION All ZONED TO fit stall vision.In .

LON CHANIY MIT THI RIPPING OP A IIDINO HOISI I., your ,.., .pony). a message to American Talks On UnityBONN

KARIN KAOLIKto .. owl todiy. Only }<* milot north ., floe N.pl... city limit; on U I. 41. troops In South Viet Nan, West. AP-
Germany (
fit tie,.,I.. MO .nf N.plo' (MhorM moreland said: President Charles de Gaulle of
"Perhaps more than any other .
Franc and Chancellor Ludwig
DEVIL'S MESSENGERSUNMON group of Americans any.
Erhard to In.
agreed today
where
you can best understandthe
crease the scope of talks be.
7 significance of our most
cherished national holiday our tween their two countries on
Independence Day. European unity.
"Positioned half a world from Karl Guenther von Hue, the
HElDSi7'ALL1J PineRidqeimutoMW West German government
your homes, you are engaged
In a cohesive Integrated action spokesman, described the
'>" "s with our allies from Australiaand agreement this wan
IT New Zealand to help our "Using all the possibilities of

PIUS SECOND PIATVaS '. Created by Collier Development Corp. ,h. c:' their Vietnamese independence friends maintain and the Treaty Frencb.talks on West political German coop.
Steve Cochran oration
freedom." will be further intensl-
Phone MI 2.2131
110 Tamiami Trail :i ""," fled and continued with In.
Carole Mathews
NAPlli. PIODIDAOR creased scope, the aim being to
IIISHARK OF THE PAST Metorlit mutt have rubbed their eyes at this The main of the ahleve united I
Sit YOU LOCAL REALTOR I reading room a Europe with
RIVER light In suburban St Louis during the rush hour Polite had te step traffic In front of a speed Library of Congress was opened common policy In the political,

Color tone sign to ,".bl. 10 ytarllngi to make. their way steep busy Lindbergh' Boulevard. on No,. I, 1197. economic and military fields.



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Never Know Where, When SPEAC-R


EDITOR'S NOTE Douglai crew. But a host of White Housestaff

B. Cornell, who wrote the following members plane crews,
piece, has been travelini Secret Service agents, news
with presidents for the AP-4I\d men, photographers and other
keeping up with them_lnci go when the President goes, or
.e Franklin D. Roosevelt.By as soon afterward as they' can.
Buses shoved up to haul themto SAVINGS at SUNSHINE SUPREX!
DOUGLAS B. CORNELL Andrews Held. And thereon your

k 1 n ; e"v JOHNSON Cm, Tex (UTile )- the military base was a big
refrain that goes "wh< chartered commercial Jet read
rr knows where or when" Is be to go even with filet mignon
coming a sort of theme song for for anyone who wanted a sec.
President. Johnson's fellow trav.ond dinner. It took off a coupleof
elers. hours behind Johnson.
The President Is here In Texas When the tagalongs reached 0O a
spending a few days at hi!. Bergstrom Air Force Base at -

ranch over the Fourth of July. Austin, Tex, they learned that > '.:
There were reports he might Johnson hadn't preceded them
'
have a boating party on the! there at they had expected. In. '
holiday or Join in the fun at the stead h. new on another 85 AI ,
;' country fair grounds at Fredericksburg miles to the airstrip on his A
k
i. i as he has done in the ranch, 'N I _haL

past.But -- --- : -
nobody seemed to know
This wasn't unduly surprising, '
AgendaThe
fie 1 e, After all, a good many of the County

scores of people who move when
County Commission
the President moves didn't know
agenda for Tuesday Is as fol.
when they were coming to Tex.
as and don't know when thp"r.iolng lows:
9 a.m. Reading of board d"
back to Washington. The
minutes.
White House office said Itdidn't
press
.
9-13 a.m Report of county
know either.
engineer
And It has been that way on
10 a.m. Report of county
other trips.In '
health and welfare
A ,. any event, tor this one, 10tl5 sm Committee, Naples
secretary George Reedy
press Welfare Assn.
(NEA Telephoto) announced It only at the moment 1030 am. Public hearing,
that Johnson's
helicopter
BEATLE BABIES-Now that the Beatles craze has tapered whirled off the south lawn of the Capri Water Works, Inc inner

I oft, the problem of what to do with the wigs Is solved by White House Thursday night. 11 toning am..Publichearingehangein of Marco Island De.
Kenneth Repsher, 10, of Stroudsburg, Pa He put the hairpiece But somewhere there had Corp.

into service as a nest for eight opossums he had been some Intuition, because velopment 11:15 a.m. Public hearing,
aaggage and all the office and
rescued. (her equipment the White change Village in" toning of "pld Marco : The

House takes had been
along
go.
11:30 a.m. Public hearing,
Dean Acheson Ing aboard a truck for some
Another vacation of Marco Ave., and BESTof
Big ime. And there was Johnson's
Shore Drive, Marco Island.
TroubleshooterFor
iHle Jetstar all read to soar
12 noon Recess for lunch.
Month LoomingFor U.S. In Cyprus Air when Force he arrived Base outside at Andrews Wash 1:30 p.m. Opening of bidson Meats
new truck.
WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. ngton to head for Texas. 2 Aldrich P. Fuquay r.
p.m. for MILES
The CityYou dent Johnson is sending former The Jetstar holds 10, plus. Coconut Creek, Unit t. .

Secretary of State Dean Ache. 2:30 p.m. Marco Island De.

can't tell It from the first son to Geneva as U.S. trouble velopment Corp., re water franchise a )4c. AROUND
shooter in the Cyprus crisis

three should days be of another the month good-size but luly talks Informed beginning sources next week.here and Train Operating 3 p.m., etc.. Sit as board of equa.

month at the Naples Building Department at the United Nations say only After Collision lltatlon.3:30 p.m. General businessand

Building Official Den that Acheson will be "on hand" IND1ANTOWN (AP-The on. correspondence.

Plnkston Indicates.He and will "follow" the new talks ly passenger train route between : Final Approve and pay bills,.
that the ml'lion aimed at ending the bloody
hopes present
Miami and! the north was -_.
strife between Greek and TUrk.
-dollar-a-month pace continues
back in operation today after a
for the rest of the yea ish Cypriots collision that caused damage ..: f
That would push the 1964 total Acheson, who built up great timated at about$100,000. Johnson Asks
prestige in the Truman Doctrine
far beyond the 1963 record figure days in Greece and Turkey, Only the engineer was slight
ly injured when the SeaboardAir
of 9589701.
expected to leave yesterdayor
Permits are about ready to be was Line Railroad's crack pas. Greece TurkeyTo

issued for a couple good-siw In todaY.general, his mission will be senger train, Silver Meteor, STOKELYS

commercial projects and developers to try to find a way of breaking smashed Into a lowboy truck Hold TalksATHENS
stalled at a crossing Friday.
of several others are n the bitter Turkish-Greek dead.
The train was carrying 293
ported "ready to go" very soon lock over Cyprus that threatensto passengers on the New York to Greece (AP-
Plnkston signed three permits drive the two NATO allies Miami run, according to trooper Greek Premier George Pspan PING

,addtngup!! .|o $19.500. In the first Into Administration"war. otiidiais -f tnv-Joneej-who estimated dam. dreou said yesterday that he had
three days of this month. Ruler- are age to the truck at $20,000.The received a personal message<
berg Construction Co. Is buildIng described as believing the hot tfuck belonging to G. C. from President Johnson liking ..
situation is approaching a flash
a $14,000 residence for Lav Troup of Indiantown, was load that Greece and Turkey agree
1 point, with both sides pouring ed with tracks for bulldozers to direct talks on the Cyprus
rence E. Lentil and James E. into the Mediterranean
arms and was driven by John T. issue
541 Third Street
Beasley at Island and that negotiationsmust
Snipes, who leaped to safety The Greek premier showedno 44601.$1
North be hurried before there li
seconds before the train travel sign of relaxing his opposl.
Universal Gunlte plans to install an explosion. ing an estimated 85 miles per tlon to such talks at present.
a $3,000 pool at the home Sakarl S. Tuomloja of Finland hour, slammed into it. Papandreou told newsmen of

of US. Alexandroff 1927 Cra;)- U.N. mediator for Cyprus,, Damage to the train was es. the Johnson message after the
ton Road. William B. Stone Inc. arrived in Geneva last night to timated at $75,000 to $100,000by government Athens newspa.
plans to make a $2.500 addition hold the talks with Greece and conductor M.B. Jones of Wild. per, To Vlma, said the U.S. titlillillliiillliiiiiliiiiliiiiiililltliiiiiilililliiiiii: !'

to the home of Richard Flemln Turkey. wood. Engineer T. A. Perry of President had sent Papandreou ARMOUR'S . with new zip! top
1079 Seventh Street South. Mlcanopy suffered a knee In. an "ultimatum" demanding M.

Earlier this week the bulling < lateral Greek.Turkish talks on VIENNA
Jury.One
Police Crack Down Cvcrus. 2'39C
of three diesel units pull.
office reported that the lune
tot:
Ing the train was derailed and Papandreou newsmen), SAUSAGE
construction total was $1,57 On Gun-Carrying
the train, due In Miami at 4:45 "The American President has "lllllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllUlllllllltlllllHIIIIHI I1111I11111I11I11I
the third month
719. That was p.m., did not arrive until 8:22 lent me a message explaining
of 1964 to pass the million mark Teen-Age GangsMIAMI his views on the Cyprus Issue

and was the third-best month (AP)-Miami police inI p.m.The accident occurred about and pointing out the dangers of

in history. The six-months total I I a weeklong crackdown on gun. two miles north of Indiantown Turkish threats. But there was GOLDEN

for 1964 stands at $6.121.038.compared carrying teenage gangs have and 30 miles northwest of West leither a threat nor an ultima HARVEST
to a mere $2,808,81 charged three Negro youths Palm Beach. The track is the ;:um." GREEN BEANS FRENCH 2CANS254
for.the first half of 1963. with attempted murder and con. only passenger train outlet from The premier added that John.
fisrated eight guns, Including a Miami and Is used by both the ion had asked for direct talks ofJ.N. i STYLEARMOUR'S
German sub-machlnegun. SAL and Atlantic Coast Line wssibly under sponsorship I
Detective Bill Bohner said al.tempted Rail roads" Cyprus Mediator Sakarl S,
Soviet MinistersAt murder charges wouldbe The ACL formerly used track ruomloja
placed against "every kid of the Florida East Coast Rail U.N. Secretary General U . for a quicky lunch ,
US Ambassador' who pulls and points a gun." way, which has been on strUe! Chant/ declared In a message toryprtls ,
'Celebration' The !crackdown1' on predominantly since Jan. 23, 1993;' and 'fop!!,. Vic'resident I lard
Negro teen-age gangs ales only freight trains on its uchuk that he has full ronfl
MOSCOW (AP-The highest was started last Monday after line between Jacksonville and fence In V.N. officials In C).
ranking Soviet Cabinet minis a Shootout between two rival Miami. true. Thant said charges by TREET
ten in town attended the US gangs in a crowded apartment the Turkish Cypriot leader that

ambassador's Fourth of July; courtyard.Both Kissing Custom he U.N. was biased were
reception yesterday.First sides used shotguns and groundless. and inexcusable"
like Eskimos, exchanged '
Deputy Premier Alexe pistols In the fight. A stray bul. Tahitians. Thant was repljlng to a June s rt
Kosygln and First Deputy For let struck a nlne.yearold boy In greetings by rubbing 2t1! message by Kurhukcharging
of
Ign' Minister. V. V. Kuznetso+ the foot. noses was the observation hat the secretary.general's re
spent more than half an hour Police said the battle was the an 18th century traler Tahitians port to the Security Council last 394cANStola.I
In amiable conversation with most recent In a series that kiss one another on nonth was biased against the
Ambassador Foy D. Kohler. have broken out since summer both cheeks hen meeting or Purkish community in Cyprus

Premier' Khrushchev, who iten vacation started. parting
route home from a Scandl -- -- A

navlan tour, and Soviet Presl
1" Pineapple 5
dent Leonid L Brezhnev, who
never attends such reception! :qYk11f ; CHUNKS "can 29c
because of protocol, sent a telegram T
to President Johnson Ii $ serge Z4-oz. Bottle

conveyed congratulations 01 REALEMONJUICE
the American national day.

The reception attracted 883! .+ ....... ...... .. .. 49C
persons, embassy officials said
Kohler, in a speech filmed for Del Monico
television, told Rus. 19c
Moscow dans that "We liberty and the r 'UNA' .... . . .... can

pursuit of happiness" are basic 4Vf fttltfield IS-oi. Fresh
.
rights.He ,
recalled these words In t CUCUMBER; ,

Independence the American and Declaration others which of: N 'HIPS! ... . .. .. ..,. ... 29C

laY that governments derive rmour's. Spiced LUNCHEON1EAT
there Just powers from the>
consent of the governed." i i.w 3 Ib. can $1.19

Kohler leaking in Russian,
aid he was sure the Soviet 211a Ibs. Swift' Premium

people share these basic aspl. RANKS . ... .... .. 89C
rations.
The ambassador pointed out
that the new U.s. civil right!

law was passed after debate, .
"publicly, open to the eyes o: :t SPECIALS FOR MON., TUES. t WED.
the world, and with due regard .
for the processes of law." OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 P.M.

And ,he recalled the death 'N.wt..I IA. Net ter Ln t., e.alnr r.uAalbd
President John F. Kennedy, f 4 t thT1 ...

which was taken here aa a re* SUPREX7JS
sow uNsmNE
loss to the world and brough .
many expressions of Sorle ,

sympathy. SOUTH OUANTI1IIS IIMiftDJNONI"MI) J-J7S7
SURVIVAL I STUDYA m.th.r and .K.. .*.""hlt. are ... tee 'fJ".., ,fie .during Ilk AVINUI (

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SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1964 :
p'' PNcjlijl.T Assn

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I . . . . . . Who Am I 11 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . ----

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Do you recall the ('omnwl1tthp I

,. I child who saw" a smear j ..-"

Kansas, and the granite hills of Vermont .f f ul on a mud puddle With '. : I

It Is fitting on Uncle Sam's 188th . I am big, I sprawl from the Atlanticto 9 glint: of Joy h, exclaimidI I"r. I _

birthday to recall some of our nation's the Pacific I am more than 4,000,000farm I there a rainbow to '+,"' ,
"
moments. It is especially so at that's bust! It takes the eye ' ('
this inspiring ,. I am forest field, mountain and cf a child to see like that 'Y.' )ysy
time, when Americans are :
many desert. I am quiet villages and cities that Perhaps that's why Jesus .w !
quick to render self-criticism but Ignore :: < .t"
never sleep. talked of believing as a childin >4'
.
the glorious accomplishments of their "YOU CAN LOOK AT ME and see order to understand something "' .:.. :: .<.: "
d
of the kingdom of t:
country Ben Franklin walking down the streetsof j'k P
heaven. "t"
The following, called "I 1 am the Na ,....tj,
...
Philadelphia with his breadloaf under These days are filled withso ... .,

tion was authored by Otto Whittakerin his arm. I am Babe Ruth and the World many threats of wars Instead of seeing themas

1954 as a public service advertisementfor crises, tensions, delinquenciesand fears,
.
Series. I am 169,000 schools aid colleges they really are.
heartaches, that one can
a railroad. It seems quite timely on churches where time to time .
and 250,000 my miss the extraordinary in the From sor

July 4th, 1964 people worship God as they think best commonplace. It Isn't that one famous personage tells of tl.

'I 1 WAS BORN JULY 4, 1776, and Just looks; it is that one sees delight of traveling incogniTo!
I am a ballot in a box, the roar of a new dimension of that But what of the people"
a
the Declaration of Independence is my crowd in a stadium, and the voice of a which is so easily missed whose very worth is Incognito
birth certificate. The bloodlines of the :r .It whose excellence is never
description
choir In 'a cathedral I am an editorialin Here is John Updike's
world run In my veins because I offered of a pathway, ex seen whose true worth Is always
a newspaper and a letter to a con missed*
freedom to the oppressed. I am many plaining his nostalgic pleas.
gressman. I am Eli Whitney end Stephen ure at the sight of bare earth It may take an education,

things, and many people. I AM THE Foster. I am Tom Edison, Albert Einstein I r that has been smoothed and a kind of revolution, in orderto
NATION. I souls see a person for his rcil,
185,000,000
the
living
am packed firm by passageof
and Billy Graham I am Horace Greeley, 1 worth Instead of in terms ,t
and the ghost of millions who have human feet. Such spots
Will Rogers and the Wright Brothers I r y abound in small towns: the an artificial price tag
lived and died for I Nathan is inherent worth
me. am break in the play. There an
Carver Daniel furtive
am George Washington ,
Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexington ground fence dignified Into a but there is also the need t I'
Webster and Jonas Salk I am Long. of see it The path IS more thana
and fired the shot heard around the thoroughfare the trough
fellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whit. 1\ dust underneath each swing path when we SEE that it

world I am Washington, Jefferson and man, Thomas Paine. \!. \ ] { .t. the blurred path worn acrossa is more than a path. In this
world of digits a man is worth
Patrick I John Paul Jones of the
Henry am wedge grass anonymous
"YES, I AM THE NATION I was : 44r embank more than the numbers which
and Green Mountain Boys, and Davy .',.,. .: -:. .. :' ;.' little mound or W. H Audcn
conceived in freedom and God willing, t." r ;. 7/RRI$ ment polished by play and identify him So
Crockett. I am Lee and Grant and Abe strewn with pebbles like the remembering Christmas and
of
in freedom I will spend the rest my
than who
'. seeing more some
of wedding
Lincoln. confetti aftermath a -
days May I possess always the integrity 1" ." Think of seeing all of looked on wrote

I REMEMBER THE'ALAMO, the Maine the courage and the strength to -- -- that when you look at a path'It Remembering the stable I
and Pearl Harbor. When freedom called, where for once in our
keep myself unshackled, to remain a Best of BoyleBY is this sheer delight that livesEverything
I answered and stayed until it was over, of GEMS OF THOUGHT a generation which
citadel of freedom and a beacon hopeto surprises became a You and

over there. I left my heroic dead in the world HAL BOYLENEW looks at things, and some nothing was an It"

Flanders Field, on the rock of Corregidorand times at people In a posses There are complicated political .
"This is my wish, my goal, my sive sense: How/ much Is it and social involved
on the bleak slopes of Korea. I am problems
prayer, on July 4, 1964 one hundredand YORK (AP-Amerlca the people take care of the gov. worth In our dealing with the
the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheat lands of eighty-eight years after I was born" announced Its Independence 188 eminent"-Woodrow Wilson. QUIETNESS No wonder we get lost In human problem but there is

year. ago Saturday "Better to be a free bird thana such problem as race, this other need to see that
Ever since then It has sought Certain moods of mind findan "
captive king"-Danish prove judging mrn from our own nothing is an "it.
to celebrate a safe and sane indefinable pleasure in Kill
Fourth of July, but in many erb. eras, soft, silent as the storms :IOIIIO.: : . ...... :II :IOII: :IOIIIOIO'TODAY : : :
"Those who deny freedom to sudden hush
ways the holiday remains un. others deserve It not for them.
I others safe If not Insane.Fireworks -Mary Baker Eddy IN HISTORYFLORIDA
selves and under God
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATION now are banned in cannot,long,retain It"a just- Abraham ,

most states, except under con. Lincoln What sweet del'ght'! a quiet 100 YEARS AGOB

LBJ Didn't Explain trolled conditions, but the auto life affords, y Florida Library & Historical Commission
1-/1-11I-o.D: OI'T 'I
isn't. And the auto now takes r -William DrummondSt Civil War Centennial CommitUe

In recent months drvoice if about as many lives over the .:, ,,r,: :. . ::10 ::10 :. ::10 .- .nil.: : : : :, :a :i ::10 ::10 ::10 ::10 ::10 ::10 .

Tax Cut This Way! I1I'0Ces101ll1i boxing! h.\'e hem did holiday at the weekend turn of a*the fireworks century. :1!ness of person and stead!
federal General 1 Alexander Asboth
'lusted In the following nuiicnrlesn Deaths Into the hundreds ness of features arc\ signal July 4 reports
The Internal Revenue Service has bulletined |IJ'L 14tleA, In nn pm1i- then .they ran still do. marks of good breeding from iVnucoh that most of the Confederate forces in

the problem (Document 5536)). Apparently the c ulllr miler: Perhaps; not one In a thousand : -Oliver Wendell Holm-* West Florida and Ahbarru have left to re-enforce "John.
1. A hcHVNWclRlit' h'ln1"lo"
Americans sits down and reads *; icon at Atlanta, and Polk Torrent and Koddey'i armyon
IRS had the same man write the bulletin who has who lone hi* till* while xllllML /r "
bin again Thomas Jefferson's basic 2- Hospitality consists in a HUh the Mobile and Ohio Railroad in Mississippi. Refugeesand
In comer nuulrn a one
been employed to write the directions for filling min, statement of our human rightsto fire, a little food and an 1mn deserters say that only a small number of Confederate

out, income I tax forms. That is, the bulletin's 2..It"" new henvywp.ht|| Ihi.t III- "life, liberty and the pursuitof ns; quiet forces remain in the area, including one company of I

message ,was a bit obscure. 1111.nIoh... Hnnnt dn'We! whothei happiness. wise -Ralph WaUo! Emerson cavalry at Camp Powell, near the Perdido River; JOO

Luckily, the American Legion Magazine, did a ( ;he In .n Amvfti'tin Nruti or fpritinwlse i Behind our, Uth celebrations Idea of, free ,cavalry and three pieces ,of artillery, at Fifteen Mile $Mtion -
,
translation\ Irf English. This translation Indicated J.lntk'MiiKllnxfc:: :"llwil'', 'the f .r.ill A2DiHiliMm Slorft. But'>haf 1* freedom? It has Very said often all he the knows quiet fellow ',on thoJPensacou{ and! Pu lard Railroad, three compjmrs!

might be worth a few momentaon of cavalry between the tscambu and Chattacoochee
'that if your income is between $5,000 and $6,000 i Iniplim |iHlri! n pitmnir II
-Kin Hubbard
our most national of holidaysto Rivers half Milton and at Marianna
SUM.(IKK) "hatter'. fee" mul M.ilimilailv ; a company at ; one
you will likely have to dig up around $40 extra well iimrd up u lininiliillv .- ponder what some of the t Asboth says, "considering the comparatively very small

taxes next April. If between $7,000 and $8,000you'll ,by bin manager! and .I.- great minds of the past have A happy life must be to a number of Rebel troops thus scattered in Vest Florida

have to dig up around $100 extra taxes. "Nted'oiher, enterpuxini mini had"No to one say is on free this save subject.Jove". is er, at oily extent in an a quiet atmosphere life, for of it and in Alabama, in 20 counties comprising more than

Here's some excerpts from the American II1l'n.t Furthet' rtiiclosui. that the Aeschylus."No Sponges are animals. Theyare quiet that true joy can live 20,000 square miles, I beg respectively to recommend a

Legion Magazine.In oil ihumpinn! WH A lout whircould man Is wholly free. He the simplest form of the Bertrand Russell cavalry raid as far as Columbus Georgia

not train and u 'K'lalt'd is a slave to wealth, or to for subkingdom Metazoa, which . _
spite of the fact that federal income taxes "' -- -
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oll'nl"ilh I I'onvil-ted ciimiimls tune, or the laws, or the people comprises all multicellular
have been reduced at all levels for 1964 many thin dlsrlimure coming tram, restrain him from acting according forms. They were not believed .

people are apt to be in for a very rude shock. the Jilht: fingered manager: to his will alone"- to be living animals Historic COLLIER COUNTY' I

will taxes after with- \\'ho'u xhntkcd lit the l Idea Euripides. until 1765 when John Ellis
They owe more payroll
thill he had tome reipnngiUIHh; "None can love freedom demonstrated their nature By KURT GRIESSHABER . AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
holding deductions, than ever before.To (for, Retting hi. charge In gimp heartily but good men; the rest by observing contractions

make the shock worse even before the 1964 tl ficht love not freedom, but license" on the surface of the body r - -- - ---"'-

5. Dinclosuie that (he backer -John Milton. and water currents I
tax data was available, government spokesmen pro K .K THE ROMANCE OF WRECKS t
of the old champion had "A free man Is he that, is duced bv. sponges. .
I had encouraged Americans to spend their larger tlmut.htCullHrl'an) : ,,-d to puts those things which by his
payrolls to "boost the economy".The financial tliHse the liklit: to hUlk the strength and wit he Is able to g Incyckaata', Ir,....,<. In contrast to the fat, clumsy

th lnllrntei ncvt IIIhllhlo'h|: do, Is not hindered to do what galleons designed for cargo, the
world suggested that many of them would do '' buccaneer ships wen low fait
,
I i'''uv.li Home "",11'1",11' nl it,.' he has a will to" Thomas
It by pledging their withholding tax savings iln;, beionui a title defense Hobbes. Indebted to Swede and sleek Some won only 90

toward credit-buying of expensive items. .As a Our quern nn I In when .P" '' "It Is not good to be too free. Much of the early growthof lent long and drew only six feet J
.'vill, ihm hurl. who nird! ni, It Is not good to have every. the U.S. Navy is owed to of water Hero), they coiill sail
result many taxpayers may find themselves cini/rd! i line* Clmilolle thing one wants"-Pascal. a Swedish soldier, John Erics Into almost any pass. No doubt

coming down to next April owing the government : "Who would be free, them. son, who once served in the most of the construction of these

substantial which i selves must strike the blow"- Swedish army Ericsson built ships was of English! origin.
sums they've already spentor Lord Byron. the first armored turret chip, Recently we wars swimming.

obligated In the climate of "boost the economyby AvuhDON'T "Every man has freedom to the Monitor; Invented the around an Island looklac f jr In.

spending the payroll tax savings." do all that he wills, provided he screw propeller; and con dlan relies when IV' found places
standard Infringes not the equal freedom tributed to development of of an old bar l't just six lee:
The government payroll withholding
of any other man"-epencer. the torpedo, according to the underwater The water was crys.,
formula has been reduced from 18%to 14%of all FORGET. "Freedom exists only where Encyclopaedia Britannica. tal clear so we decided to swim \ 1\1 I 1

wages in excess of the personal exemptions alone the barge using only our 1

. .:,. :. ,::;: .<. fare masks.
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($600 per person). EVERY Swimming down around 10 feet

Below Is an example of what a man and wife below, we were amazed at what
E AR 0 A T G A A L
with no dependents filing a joint return will owe mum!jL fr, J AOLN A4UCMOeC we saw. There, lying next to
UTTER the old rotten barge was>>a skele
after payroll deductions where total Income _RLEFER S ton of an old ship.

from $4,000 to $27,000 where all their C riots old tn 15
ranges ; .t( Io S :l.I AIIII"11I The ship was about
income Is where R [ TAR T S T H Ed to 33 fet of water and looked
wages or salary; they can B/THU/ITS "1',1111111 the acrn
claim 10% of their total salary or wages as 0& ".,.,.. ;H <:.lIlIlIcIIII'' EARS N+7 AiN like something right out of ani 1
ltte T O G i 5 A R t2i adventure novel! The oak ribs
legitimate deductions; and where withholding is 7.Ielknthllrnl :' Frurtbl. ASii OOTRA6C5 ware petrified and well "re. InJl

done on the government's 14% formula. II Huht ;: San :lll 1I..tllllI"d p i c n C u R N served, yet the sideboards were 1 1

Tax owed :l1J. Clm.u.1ll ; .I P L R u 1 A- D A R C entirely rotted away. Strangely.
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS : W Cu"l.j; duck Intact 11.
11,1""hl R O NM"C AINIO AIHCnutthTuua enough, the was ,
after MICHAEL CHANCE Edil-Publtsh.r ..I ; : '<111IJ S lustratlng the oak wood's char. 1 I
11.1trttr' v n L VAR D
Total Income Withholding THOMAS HAVER Aaaoclata Editor I I acterlstlc of becoming harderas I I II III

MARSHALL WYATT Adv. M.n..., 11I11.,1, d2.: l'oIllII SOLUTION 0' YESTUDA PUZZLE years go by. The brass and I
$ 4,000 $ 3.00 ALBERT OPOLKA M.ch. Bupt U Ilugr H. S.JrdIII copper fittings and railing waving I I

5,000 24.00 DAVID LOUIIE HERMANSON Ctrl Oil.,Director. Mir l..t"11. .Iii Tengtera H I.t Iu j 1,411nnt' remarkably perfect condition. \ I hl j 1I 1Ili
MRS DADS e
I 17; 5rditurut meat H Euthlcnl of 0& 1 fur I All covered with seaweed! and
6,000 48.00 Pub I ihtd dally, .ne.pt Monday HI Itrdraa J7 E:\t tental mernlua& I utAou plants, with fish darting In and
7,000 and Saturday' l In 'h. i:: by lU (OI.I.II\UIIIII 4U,) Gauss U.. U. RturIUII/I
88,00 tha Ciua I County P>ubl : ,"oon ., : likr bird out, here was an Ideal scene
8,000 128.00 Inc, Ml Tw.Hth Avanua. Sour,..N.. IlId'oin' lulll IJO\\'X b writ for an underwater photographer.. 1 1d
I )J'40. Mail .4141.... r 0.
i.MLn1. 1l I ,1u.plrr U.drt'rantr IRurer I toil Tills fantastic scene can only d
9,000 168,00 T.l.phon. Midway 22107 for all .Il: I'.I/lid/ "IUllllollI\ :l .I.ns II ("jch. uIf \ be seen accurately prior to 10
10,000 208.00 dapartmanta "Willi lilt
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11,000 272.50 lub.clplon, II.t.. /
UlulII '
(y carrlar or mall payable In
12,000 344.00 dvanca" /I Il r 13 ll! lid :

13,000 415,50 One Yaar II!, t Months $710 2U Win, blldIf ,
Thr. Month IJ.75M.mb.r 1 S '1 :ll ItlUlktI -
14,000 487.00 of Th. Auoclalad P,.... "
'"I. which' la antltiad a.clua,valy ta Ih.u. Th 1'1 .1.1 It under .....
15,000 569.00 .. for ,.publlcohon of all local uhligdhunt '
".... Kama pr,ntad In th,a ,.,., al kuwNlluny
16,000 672.00 wall aa all AP' ".... apatcha*. !ll'V. t4
.. /. / nlu
17,000 775.00 Entarad at aacond el. mittar atth.
Put Olfca' tt Naples, Hondawnriar tz 1J l-f IS tit 'S! ' mmi nursing before a shadow
1/ In the ,
18,000 878.00 Act of March i, 11)7Tfia //
.C'" cro '.. the area (117 .
19,000 981.00 Ilbllt I NEWS for tha aiaumaa r.turn.f n.unolo.lO ratpon, ", : f Th -le 2h uJ' '' Yp With the aid at Horace Hit. i.; '

minuter' pit r photograph. YU 11 acts lery, an experienced historian: #
20,000 ; 1,112.00 '
.. Tha NEWS jtiumaa no f naijolal .' JI it 1 { jute y '., /
;ij In the learned "
area we .
21,000 1.246.50 ratpona. ,b.Uty for typof rjph.'cal arrort / .. living ...
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,n .dv.rtne /1"1. a 1 .
or om it ont that this ship was English
If 01,10.I d such orrora f.: JJ H f : I2 I' ,
manti but o : : :
/ thorltles
22.000 1,331.00 baforo ,". n. t s't n of I! puI4 sunk around 1770. :: of its location We
23,000 1,515.50 papar wl'1,00"" I .,t k,1 rautly which th.lp.4rh..dv.rusamenl U I, JT J.! sr : 1 ; :;,:rt Incidentally, we should mention to Ui 78 feet lone and 25 would also like to see t photo
tha occurrad" 'In the In wine I ilntl. na5 to our readers that this wreck :feet wide, drawing eight feet graphic record made of thewrackand
arror
24,000 1,664.00 lime aamant, would '."*.. tho 3T----4--1-r; ; Lunluh:;::: 1. not In Florida waters, In case :Hhlnj remained of the throe no doubt the public would be
25,000 1830.00 will'irdue.1,1up of ethe adyar NEWS. des Itut l.r ire some of our readers are over.mists I : or collars. pleased to see some relics from
aamant by an amount aqual toth it /1 of 14 h111.h enthusiastic. Such historical wrecks are this! hantom ship of the past
Having more dependents doesn't change the parcanttia of tha 1 total rose L- ,I,, I' By actual tape measure, our I considered property of the State which lies peacefully off Canopu*

situation materially. Atchison' (Ken) Globe aa raprttant.d 1tt..rronaous, er emitt.d cop \. 71 m n AI NWr+. old English wreck turned o\it u I i i we In/.' ned< historical au- island in New Tort State.Q1bt .



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M %; ? or CompUter Seeach $1,19 ;
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KEEP THAT DUCK'S FEET DRY were the instructions that Dr. Nor-

man L Reid (left), Naples veterinarian, Rave to Caribbean Gardens'
curator Marvin Cecil The duck involved was a very special quacker Ie WHITE OR ASSORTID COLORS
Flora the Flower Pickin' Pekin one of the stars of Naples' famous
t traveling Duck Vaudeville show, appearing as one of the featuresof
the Florida Pavilion at the New York World's Fair.

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Gardens' manager, Joel Kup. new type of wound preparation, This I Is necessary in order to Corn Flakes 2 ; ::,. 25
erberjr making a flying trip toNaples carefully bandaged the foot and conserve space and maintain the
from the New York then told Marvin Cecil, Gardens' utmost mobility for the travel. .
World' Fair to attend a City Curator of Birds, to "keep that tog show.In .
Council meeting and look toCarden. duck out of water."
the duck bowl Caribbean
at SAVI 10 IN PLASTIC CONTAINER WHITEArrowBleach
.' business, brought While Flora was behaving like Gardens, where space is no prob.
Flora the Flower Pickin' Duck a duck out of water, her tour. lem each of the 15 arts In the
along to have a sore foot she ing friends filled In for her at full, 30-minute, permanentlybased
I developed while performing at the Fair. Picking flowers in Duck Vaudeville show has Nall Gal
the Fair, treated by her person.al Flora's absence fell to Duckmo.bile at least two quacky actors be. Limit 19
veterinarian, Dr. N. L. Reid Dora or Arturo the Piano. hind the scenes, ready to pick
of East 'Naples' Animal Hos- playm Duck, who alternated as flowers retrieve rings dance or Two
pital. stand-ins. The traveling troupe perform any of the other unique .. "
Reid, who has been consulting of ducks, unlike the permanent acts that have amazed and
veteranarlan to the Gardens for show at the Gardens have all amused thousands of audiences
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the past 10 years found the been cross-trained so they may in the three years since Julius a'r' F.RESFI' .MEATS';,
tore foot to be the result of an serve as each other' stand-In. Fleischmann, owner of Carib.
unusual fungus infection. Using bean Gardens, originated the
special techniques he has de.
Duck Vaudeville that
concept
veloped through years of work. has since ought International W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICESTEAK
Ing with the 250 species of birdsIn Four Escape recognition to Naples and Ca.
the Gardens, Reid removedthe ribbean Gardens.
contaminated tissue packed From Berlin b
the affected area with a brandHearing'Vednesday
COURSE PINCHHITTERS
BERLIN (AP) Four East ,
Berliner escaped to the West (Olll lIIl'S. Ohio (.\1') A
today by ramming a truck n.\10 course for I'mchhitt..rM111
ht- purl of (he national 1 Viruuft
through the barbed wire barricades
On New Zoning Law on the West Berlin bor. Owners' and I'dots' .\"MHiationilmii
III Ohio State' I'rmctmty'nairport '
der, police reported.East
There will be a special meet. border guards fired two June 1 18.ZIl.Pmhhitt..r .
ing of the City Council for a in 'the name until
bursts from tommy at the
guns
public hearing to hear objections truck. But the fugitives includ. a private pilot's, wife or flying
or recommendations, on companion unj! the .training INlo .
ing an 18-ynr.old girl, scram
the proponed revised coning ordinance bled through the demolishedwire pcrmttsuit a non-pilot to takcover
of the The hear. aircraft if _
city. a tight the pilot
barrier unhurt.
lag will be held Wednesday, l. diMuhled.Imohing. WE OIVI
July 8, at 9 a.m. four "hour oi instruction Full CutRound C
on the ground and lour IROZEN FOODS _
2 AccidentsIn in the air, it includes gelling
control of a plane, determining J9
t position' .I.lhIlNhlnll. comiiiunujtionN SUPERBRAND
,< Naples Mar with the ground WE: Per Pound
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: ; "' : '4th' WeekendCharles - -- Sherbet :

.! Harrison Burton,2712
lil'HENANOOAH
Davis: Blvd., was arrested and Banking .
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charged with driving while Intoxicated -
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by Naples Police Sgt.Robert Continued( from puce II) pph Hall 49c BRAND QUICK ROZEN OOVT, INSP. GRADE "A" CORNISH
Urn
Alexander about 2 a.m.Saturday the ofa 'I.I WE GIVE
prospects: plus beginning:
following a car accidentat citrus: Industry: as a basis for Orange Gome Hens IYJ U 59 C
Third Street South and Ninth a "solid future" In the area. TREASURE ISLE FROZEN Average
Avenue South. The farm center bank U; the [[ ] Each

Police reported that Burton oldest banking Institution In the Branded Shrimp 1.39c: D BRAND LEANER FRESHER
was driving south on Third Street, county. It was founded JIll; i,
: South, drifted left and ran off 1923, in Everglades and continued WE GIVE J.Lb,
ff!' the roadway hit and went part In business there until ASTOR FROZENGrape Ground Beef *)129

rvw r, way up a slanting plain tree September 1962 when it open- SIZE .
which started him turning over. ed in Immokalee. Juice 3 $100 Ii j
The car slid off the first palm Resources one year ago were IESH MEATY TINDER
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J broke off another and came to 13,562.789, and moved up In the
rest upside: down on the roof. last 12 months to $4,197,348. WE GIVI
Quf a JEPT.
: ;' I Police reported the driver a jump of about 18 pet cent. In Pork Steaks. 49C
admitted he had been "drink Deposits climbed higher, moving -
: ing you.", bit and fell asleepbehind up about 21 per cent, fr llJ$3OOt.379 MAZOLA Iii .
\ the icel." lie was drly- \ to 13,656,319.Questions .
Ing IK: :; 'ge.' Damage to Margarine. LB 39C TOP VALUE STAMPS They're Your "Private Nest Egg"
the palms wj' estimated at $75
\ Alf . .
S t and to the car 700.
First aid was rendered by
t1Z ,H'otitiniH'i! ) from puiir It
\ Sgt. Alexander then Burton was
:'1. f taken to the Naples Community A. t,mplO\f'M .ire outrtpil '1m 1 SEABREEZE GRADE A Florida MAINE RUSSET Swttt "Icy"
: Hospital for treatment. Ioveraae| purpose onif| the
Another car accident occur Ing worked! at least :20 necks for the
about 10, 0 bu.!lllt's. in j trot
Friday
:> p.m. night
was Lebron reported Alexanderdrlvinga1963 by police. Lucian prohibit Q. Does discrimination this part ot the on "hill t< Med. Eggs Pot aloes l Nectarines

count ot sev7A
Triumph failed to make a turn tea. and ,,in font 11
at 12th Street North and Eighth rice i olor. relialuu ... 'at tonal
Avenue, :North and smashed IoWa origin. "
block wall. Damage to the wan Q. What Jlxlut filiI" ,'neni '
1 LOc
e was estimated at $75 and to the \. Vn rUnlnal penults ale' 5 '. o ( 2 1" C
car at J15C. pr<',I'Vrt lor \loUtlnn Mill ,
:NO chafes: weir filed. Alex the, ixihll 1 .inoniiniKtitl,. ,- '*" 8. .;u rtiJ !
ander was: taken to the Naples tlmi"ins mat In- I'i' ii hVCllMifl .
ETERNAL: TEENEIL-Deb.: : Coniinu ,icy Hospital In a Pin- liutlM' |ijl| I flit
bie Reynolds just dotsn jtl'in,i11,1'1.11!
iff Shown here a few yean the man car ambulance., Donald Little Passengers and lames In In I'Mb ix tliWM. t 11.. i iii-' HHKnTT'TT 1 ;TTTT: T ir{:i R .l ilr
back on set for a picture the I .ill. |"irnU"liM) IN nt.. I'I' '
she's still the trim ffrneycent Worrell, apparently were unin twit lalllH' M'ltlftiic, I I.
gay
jured. rlwild, ,us. IMloi I to ," ., '...-
Debbie as she I
The accident waj Investigated The Smart Place To Go For Good To Eat!
films her newest production. vu! their' ilci. IIuI i'' I' Things
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Goodbye Charlie" in llolwood b',, J"> ice officer Charles n.Jvw III .- I tau... I.? ,I' I .
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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday> July l 5, ItUI woods around "home". They
returned about dusk and enjoyedsome

delicious homemade Ice .
.:: . .. ":' < '': : : ''' cream. y
I ; .. '',"E ::", > :" """ :'i'a': ; -:; New signs have been hung and dJL

00.1 : Paul E. Lees has opened his ow

'. ..:':r. ii.!: : ,, ..' '. .. . :::: office as the first resident real '
." '.: BYluanlta Weldon s:$ : > estate broker In Everglades,
::, :.....: . .: _T.)); since the early days of the Col- t

Luc week was a week of exciting pies Community Hospital having , Her operation. Leas a relative Woteo4v
of the newcomer to the area.has work-
talk among juniors tests made She Is expected .
ed for the of the entire f fBy
progress
and home
Everglades Baptist Chapel soon. Her son an I JANE MARTIN
since his arrival. He i
area
planned family Bob, and
their mothers as they Betty Laurie
what to carry to camp and came down from Lehigh Acresto and his wife Dorothy vacationedIn
leave home. After help her settled. Everglades several years before
what to at get
make travel
here from Shaker and grandparents great
laying everything out, It was a A group of 12 men of the Army settling Grandchildren
surprise to me to see everything Corps of Engineers are struggling Heights, Ohio. He Is a property ling companions.

go In one suitcase. Camp through the dense mangrove owner elected in to Everglades a four-year and term was on r a t Barbara, Deborah, Melissa and (Katherine Wain!

era leaving last Monday mornIng the and sawgrass territory of the City Council In 1960. He A proved to be fine sailors on a 10-day trip with their}
for Royal Palm Baptist Camp Everglades, surveying National t
,
was a former Chamber V this Mr. and Mn.
president So
near Avon Park, were Debra Park boundaries. They grandparents last year. year J.cki;
Weldon Cecelia Drake. Phyllis are staying at the Illinois Motel and Is now a member of Luse have the girls with them aboard "Felda II", and
the local Lion's Club.
French Carol Sue Rlndy. Kip and putting In about 12 hours operating a branch sales Lees office was for three weeks are cruising along the Florida west!

lies, and Ricky Hughes. Virginia each day. for the David C. Jones coast. expected back in Naples early this week.
Realtyof They are
Ann Rlndy and Linda Garrett Ina and Bob Ellison! of Immo-
went along as counselors. Friday kalee visited Bill and Mavis Naples until he received his tt alb' Clarissa Porter is another granddaughter who has:

morning. Eric and I went up Hughes last Sunday. Florida week State Broker's License 1 proven to be a fine traveller. She is now in Jonas Ridgei\
last and took over the
and got this exhausted sun tannedbut The Chamber of Commerce branch office In his own name. N. C., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Porter, and,/

happy crew and brought them whether met last Monday night have to Old decide Set.tler.s He will continue to work close Van Chrissie and John after 5,000 miles In five weeks
or not to
home. ly with the Jones firm as well TYPICAL OF MANY. thC' Armstrong family of Potomac Md., arrived with her
day again this It On 28th Clarissa left grandparents,
Leaving for the Church of God year. May
as with Miami realtors. recently for summer vacation fun in Naples. Shown getting
Youth Camp were Glenna Ann was combined with the city's acceptance ready for some of that fun are Mr.\ and :Mrs. Richard W. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benson, for Smyrna, Del., to visit
Butler, Irene Todd and Doyle of the old county courthouse Margaret and Carol Webb are all went The
And children Jill, Susan and Rick. TheArmstrontrs were the guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ewing. They on to
and considered a big back In Win-Car: after
was
Golf as counselor.Mrs. Betty Goff went along success. Several people suggested well-earned four week enjoyinga vaca Mrs. W. B. Armstrong and Commander David M. Armstrong of Essex House In New York for sightseeing and the Fair

Mr and Mrs. Duval Evans of making Old Settler's day an tion. As a beginner, they droveto Harmony Shores.her The highlight of their stay In New York was luncheon at

Ochopee celebrated their eighth annual event and now Is the timeto Warner RobinsGa.,and pick the famed Illustrators Club hosted by John Groth. Mr ''I,

wedding anniversary on June make plans. After some discussion ed up their son Jimmy and his sister Norma Burrs and family Groth is well known in Naples through his winter visits. I
the directors decided to family and continued on to High last weekend.Mr. Outpost Of(
25th.Mr. Christianity visited Rumford and Rangeley Maine.
in
Next ,
and Mrs. Larry Sapp of check with County Commissioners land, N.C., where they spenta and Mrs. Roy W. Maysof they
Leesburg spent three days with on the proposed Welcome very enjoyable week. This Ochopee left this past Wed And wonder of wonders in Trois Rivieres, Quebec, on b I,

the Carl Webb's recently.Mr Station at Carnestown and hold was Brandy's first trip to the nesday for Montreal Canada. June 17th, Florida-born Clarisse saw snow for the first

and Mrs. Randolph Swain another meeting at a later dateto mountains. Jimmy, being in He will be attending the Inter Fights Battle In USSRODESSA time. A freak storm brought four Inches to the area.
had their son Clayton and family make a final decision. the Air Force, had to returnto national Lion's Convention as a
of Orlando visiting with them Mrs. Eunice McKee and child his station In Georgia, so they delegate from our local Lions. U.S.S.R. (AP)- and Communist correspondentswere After touring Lake St. John, Murray Bay and Niagara
for several days. While here ren of Tarpon Springs visited all came back. After spending He will register Sunday for the There Is a little outpost of given permission to visit Falls, the travellers arrived at Jonas Ridge where the

they enjoyed a trip to the Sea her mother Mrs. Wealthla Rus- a few days with them In five-day convention. He and his Christianity here that elves a the seminary here recently, but Porter family is vacationing. Mr and Mrs. Benson continued -
quarlam In Miami, swimmingand sel this past week. Eunice ask their home, Margaret and Carl wife decided to go ahead and small picture of what the life of most of the Communists stayed on to Naples arriving Tuesday.And .
ed me to her sincere their back to the church has become in the away.In .
shelling on Marco Beach convey began trip Copeland take their vacations while that
Union. the little William is here to spend several weeks
Soviet seminary about 50 Marengo
thanks the Sheriff's
to several
and fishing In the 10D001slands. County stopping at pointsof far
and will be for
away gone It is one of the four aemina students study under 13
priestsIn with his Mrs. R. J. Neckerman. Tuesday
and friendsfor
While we are on the subject Department many Interest along the way. Nexton three weeks grandmother
rice allowed In the Soviet Un. conditions that almost
of fish, I must tell of my son's their kindness and thought- the agenda came the fun and Charles Howell was discharged Ion for training priests for the Ideal. There la a appear fine garden they leave for a week in Nassau. The end of the month

adventure. Jeff went out In a fulness after the death of her frustrations of painting their from the 82nd Air Borne Orthodox Church. In Czarist and the study rooms are quiet they go to McLean, Va., to join William's family, and
skiff with his Dad and Leroy husband Harry K. McKee, two home. While the Webb's were Division last week and was picked times there were 57. and well furnished. But the view all will Islarjd visit and do the Fair. Mrs
Des and was thrilled with the months ago. vacationing Dolly Ballard and up by his parents Mr. and These four are supposed to from the front gate must be go to Long to
catch of a 20 pound Jewflsh. Mrs. Lana Oglesby Is In Everglades Helen Atkins tended the store. Mrs Jimmy Howell, In Tallahassee train all the priests needed for something formidable for a Neckerman will be back early in the fall.

Keith Thompson spent a few and will remain for an Edith Sweat, formerly of Everglades . They spent last Sat a church following which Ortho. priest to face on graduation He
days last week with his grandparents undetermined length of time, depending and her brother were urday with Jimmy's brother dox officials claim exceeds 50 goes out into a world officially\ ANNUAL PICNIC

Mr. and Mrs. Jim on bow her mother.Belle down this past week visiting with Wayne. Sunday they all droveto million. The Communist partyays hostile to the very Idea of re. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
It Is much less. There Is llglon.
Thompson. House, gets along. Belle's con friends. They spent the night Bonifay to join In the family no possibility of a correct cen. From this seminary he Is as. Yanson, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Atkinson and Mr and Mrs.

dition Is reportedly Improved, with Mabel Lopez on Chokolos- reunion held there. us. There are about 225 million signed to a village. Young Robert Baugham, and their children gathered at the
SUMMER SCHOOLING but she still may have to under keel The Tamlami Trailways Bus people In the Soviet Union and priests going Into the villagesare beach late yesterday afternoon for their annual Fourthof
Don Rlndy and Don Harmon a re go surgery to correct her Injur- Is now stopping in front of Win- atheism Is the state doctrine.A required to marry. That Is
enrolled In the University of South ed back. SWEET TALK Car, Inc. Elveda Goff resigned small group of Western an old tradition of the church. July picnic and, of course stayed on for the fireworks.
Florida In Tampa and are attend Miss Anne Brown Is the own her position as agent for'TraUways If they are selected to continue Meggan Yanson of Chicago is here for several weeks

ing summer school there. CELEBRATE er of the nice voice answeringthe last week. Carl WebbIs their studies they can become and attended the with her aunt and uncle. Mrs.
Levis and Carmellta Pike visited Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Sum- telephone In the Paul E. the new agent and sells tickets Dolly Johnson monks, with all\ the higher posts party
with her parents, Mr. and ire rail and children of Fort My Lees Real Estate Office these from his department store. In the church available to them. Yanson is still very thrilled with boating her first tarpon.

Mrs. Jesse Goff, Sr* this past ers, were In town Tuesday to days. She will be working there Freight is alp left there. Celebrates 108th ( We were received at the sem. It is being mounted so soon she will have absolute proof
Inary called
weekend.The celebrate their fourth wedding throughout the summer vacation PITTSBURGH Pa. (AP) tarn," by Archmandrlte"The Great Antonl Foun., to back up her story. The big event took place at Boca

winner of the June prize, anniversary with her parents, Miss Dolly Johnson says she a tall, bearded man of about 40. Grande where the Yansons and Dr. and Mrs. Charles
a G.E. portable mixer, from the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Goff Jr. Mable and Peter Hlldon of .
,
Please your youngster1! Perch feels "tired but still very hap. For him It was a hard confer
Everglades Sundries was Birdie They packed a picnic basket and Sweetwater, visited with Carl\ mill triangle-chip crickets py" after celebrating her 108th once to conduct-a Communist Donegan of Fort Myers spent last weekend.

Mae Potter. went out on the Scenic; Driveto and Margaret Webb last week. atop stuffed en halves and birthday party member was sitting in on Fran Atkinson was missing from the party. She Isat

Mr,. Bob Benson Is In the Na* enjoy the wildlife and the Betty Goff enjoyed a visit from create ssilboats.\ A resident of the Lemlngton the talks. Camp Keystone in Brevard, N. C., for a month. Also
Home fpr the Aged In suburban The first
question was, "Do
Allison and Bill Bowes for the
nl4 East Liberty the past 31 years, the Komsomols bother you?" are away summer. Theyare
Miss Johnson was honored witha These are the young Commu. working for their uncle at his Covewood Lodge Ir .
1" "
1'Rra \
Before You nUll Any Sti-etch-Stmp"1 birthday dinner Friday. flints who are supposed'' to be Big Moose N. Y.
_.. Miss Johnson Is In "fine the most active In
combatting
Remember . health for a woman that age," religious beliefs In the Soviet Mr. J. T. Conroy left Thursday for Mexico City fo
say nurses at the home, and Union. the wedding yesterday (Saturday) of his brother whirl

still "quite creative with a nee. Archmandrlte Antonio replied is the culmination of a Peace Corps romance. The bridi
die and thread," they report. that the Komsomols
YOU WEAR "1 .\ { t trouble, nor, he said gave with no a is from New York and the bridegroom from Chicago

. smile, do they apply to study at They are with the Peace Corps in Honduras and will re
THE WHOLE BRA the .
seminary.Two
Willie Smith 122
turn there In a few days.
the
years ago seminary
NOT JUST Social Security's had 200 students. A year ago Mr. Conroy with Mrs. Conroy and their two-yearol.
,; ; the exemption of students of re. moved to Naples few months ago from Chicago. The
Oldest Recipient llgion from military duty was
THESTRETCHSTRAPS :\, abolished. For this and other live at the Kingston Apartments and he is associate
I BARTOW Fla. (AP) Char :reasons enrollment In the semi with the Marhoefer Construction Company.
lie Smith will celebrate his
A\ birthday yesterday-his 122nd. i nary shrank. Saturday, Mr and Mrs. Elliott McConnell went I

rat" } lie Is the oldest man on the Miami to meet their son and daughter-in-law and tvt

J Int. .I It it, Social Security rolls. Former Policeman children who arrived from Midland, Tex. The Junii!
1 Cfrlnlalf the Unpt art Important. That ray .J./ 1 He was kidnaped In Liberiaat
; ,........... \\. Smrimg tattft tpvtial turf la malti Ihrm Juil fF"...... ..... .t ttt.C' ,t the age of 12, sold as a slaveIn Charged In HoldupKEY McConnells and Lynn and James will be here for tvf
:" '.:;.: .. rlA- t'i1ylsi . si'i the United States to a Texas weeks.

1:1: Adjustable for personalized fit. ,''I hijf and rancher raised who him gave as him a member his name of WEST (AP-A held In former Mon. NOTES FROM THE MAILBAG. A picture of the Unite,
was
city policeman
; ...1} Ideal combination of stretch and tension /,: ail the family. roe County Jail today. Sheriff States Naval Ship "Geiger" from Gen. and Mrs. Fran

..r 'td..t provide long-laating nuppoit.Specially l" tJ When Charlie regained his Henry Haskins said he would be Meat.'". There are lots of college boys and girls on ther
J Of >t"',, fir, woven and plush lined to pie- M v. tt". };.r t.rI freedom 100 years ago he de. charged with armed robbery in
/";r-""Ytitp.: ;;a: vent rolling, curling or digging /*i ;' ''t1'f f tided July 4 was a good day to the holdup of an armored truck. boat who are going to service parents for vacation. Th)
celebrate his birthday but he Haskins Identified the man as the Meades write makes for a "gay fun time."

I"f't: ;"! doesn't plan anything special for Sam Cagnlna, 28. Picture another imposing ship, "Queen Mary" q
: the
i day, Arturo Colic, driver of the
t.1 .. I "I got -nothing to do," he said money truck for 'the Keys Ar. which Mrs. Jane Ellsberg and Mrs. Edward Reeves cross
f 'y. Exclusive Crisa Cros. notion move
*
\ cup .' with a toothless) grin. morel Express Inc., said a the Atlantic two weeks ago. Further communicatic
. with
1 separately you monabu'aUy., his
f ,a natural comfort, natural suppoit. i I IThf I ribs man pressed and told him pistol"this against Is a hold from these travellers tells of the delightful time they ha

I yt \: Elastic side and back udjunt to every j jh jt up." had in Paris, Rome, Geneva and Montreux. They we

\ i movement !: Cobo said he was forced to particularly thrilled to have an audience with Pope Pa
i \', The entire bra-utrnp*, Crie-Ceou. front drive the truck about 15 blocks
where he leaped out. The gun. VI in St. Peter's on the 24th. They are now tourir
: sides and l i1tk-mO\'ell with you ns one
unit for complete natuinl freedom. man slid behind the wheel and Switzerland by car. I

Light airy SPANDEX Elastic. Machine- drove witnesses to a said parking he climbed lot, where Into A little closer to home but still "a fur piece" a\\

wa.-huble. too. an automobile with two other the Bill Joyces. They write from Michigan that the wea
'J.
men and sped away. er there has been a little bit of everything but th
Strung .tllttrrtth lira ,'or', uhrrf
mrtttlrrlrhHrap Police said witnesses took the
krai atop. Get nut today.ii .. automobile license number. Co. arc having good reunion with their families. Will \

bo said the gunman apparentlygave home about July 15th.

I up any plan to get at the A'.r.' and Mrs. William Maguire who divide! the wint
c. .find locked In the truck.
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HOLLANDSALLEY __________ month between the Beach Club and Sambel Island weA
[
cracked egg m that hOK' in the Seaboard train wreck May 30th on their way nor)

I\rap it In foil or clear I\la.uc Details will have to wait 'til they get back but they w

ii INC. _wisp before rcfn.erating._ -__ fortunate to come out with only| cuts end bruises and

9atEtloas roughing up. The Maguires are in the process of cj

o/r&5. ISO 51h AVE S _ posing of their home in Locust Valley N. Y., as tr)

1r NAPLES CLORIOAFurniture s recently purchased a home in largo Fla., and plan]

FOR aON, a Irrr spend much of the year there.


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Slt ),\V4 "! Gifts Accessoriesand CRUISER. FAST 3 CINCINNATI (AP) More than Mostly Ph.D. candidates, a
FISHING
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, i Objets d'art J ....., or Ml 2-3140 \ scholars, have received. gnduate nominations they spend two!!
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not to be foundelsewhere. '=.. rrr _ / ships for study at Hebrew UnionTitle derstsndmi of the origins
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Shower ., People In The NewsB -- -. -

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i In Honor Of ) THr ,ASSOCIATED PRESS .,Songstress. Jano Morgan ', : : '(i:,

POLAND SPRINGS, Maine md her husband have separat. .' .' ,
o (APVWadf Paar has made his ed.'She said Friday that the e.
g Nancy Cook first appearance on his own parting' was "amicable." Two r
A
television\ station WMTW.TVIn careers In one family: was the
C A baby shower was given for > .I Poland Springs! M.tJlle..nce problem, she said Her bus. ii
: Mrs. Nancy Cook onSunda.June : the Federal Conununlcation band. Larry Stith Jr., who was ?

c De 28, yore at the, 1174 home Eighth of Mrs.Ave.Clair, N. Commission chase. ,improved the pur. her with manager Jayne Minefield.Mr. Is now. touring

Mrs. William Simmonds I'
c by and He said Frldahe would liketo . U
G Miss Dona Kioner.s .
quit network i television after

ewer.Others: Mr. attending Glenda Davis the event Mrs. completing bill three.\ear con. K Sends L J'Fourth' v "i ,
tract with the National Broad.
Patricia Austin, Miss BetS\ Von. .
caitliiR Co. next Greeting '
year. :
.| dersaar, Miss Connie and Debbie !

:ode, Miss Sandra Shuart, Mrs. DETROIT AP) Norman JOHNSON Cm, Tex. ( P\-
Clair DeVore Mrs. Merle Mar.i Thomas, SO, socialist leader, U President Johnson receded Frl ;' 'ti'
rls Mrs. William Simmonds of Jul\
of daa Fourth greeting
s one six Americans honoredby \
Mrs. Inez DeVore Mrs. 1'r w f, .:
11 James the Japanese American Cltl. from Soviet Premier Khru. ,I
panlplnto, Miss Dona Kloner ah'ht\. ,
"
&"n' League for their efforts Infighting ,4
and Mrs. Agnes and Joyce Rail for the civil rights of White House press a"'rpldl '! .
b ton. George E. Reed did not release!
Japanese Americans during
Decorations Inlcuded a wagon World War IL the text. He said the message
Iwheel in the ceiling, from which Thefar were presented had conveyed to the PresMcnt

; there were blue and pink stream. .. .--.... .,... -' --. ,.- Friday night at the league's and the people Khrunluliet --
attached to the stork at good 1 wishes "on the octasun
ers the
end of the table. Flowers were AROUND THE GIFTS are (left to right) Mrs. William( Simmonds, convention. of this historic annhtrsan I 01

I pink and white carnations and Mrs.! Inez DeVore, Mrs Nancy Cook Mrs. James Paiupinto and Miss KEN E8\Jl'iKrORT, Maine American independence" ,s sn
,
pansies. The punch bowl was Dona Kloner. See story. b }Yh
lighted with candles. Games '
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were played and punch and cake


were served.Topless. Indian Students Develop New Madras PatternsBy


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Shown In Miami, JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP ... '.

Draws Big CrowdMIAMI Fashion WriterA )I'CII'' ,:: LItCala,

I long rectangular shape colored green artMleally defined
(AP)- Somehow word
got out Friday that a model with number! and pictures! of Presidents and lovingly! referred to It. .Y I It.lr.

would present the first public\ as the! Yankee! dollar ha* bernme a stirring Insflntlnn. to Indium yI Cuccia Moss

viewing of the new topless bath. textile! weavers. ,

ing suit In a local clothing It has done! more to stimulate new design Ideas for traditional 1.-- and Mrj. Lawrence I I', stoneT. "'in' i I. .1 i ,rJhlll'!
store's fashion show ., Cuccia N. of tar: Lake Ur.. Of ( till,Mpllll IN;"ihlll clh'l11,
handloomed thallllpau'l.
The result was: textiles! about the monotony of the same Naples, announce the engage-. Laurelton, N,Y.I then atic IdeJIJaslerScmrnaryNaatel

Some 250 people, including fun sunsets, snowpeaked moun- traditional patterns & ,Mt liters of their daughter, Duchess Tung,
battalion of te en. age boys, tame! or babbling brooks To keep .America madras hipp\ Margarettc Cuicla, to Clarence, and completed her secoiiOai\
t Jammed the store, pawing pa. For centuries Indlins! weavers: and the rest of the \Vest 'rn education
and leaningon 0. Moss of 1 Ice. at Naples senior& High
Jamas counters.expectantly were content to bend over their uorlditwrll! these sharp. vounj ? s Miss ticrla 1 U a former ril. .School. She wa* also ,i studentat

-Newsmen from local papers, I looms! threading the same milted misses packed up their saris and I iI dent of Gibbon I'a., and Uliltc- Edison Jum
radio and television stations yarns In and out to acrrimillsh' studied. textile! designs. in well lie I voice, on I Radio

stood poised with camera and the dark plaid pattern whlrh !known art schools irnnnd the Station, \Vv.N'.O.Ci. U faiiilllai to

note pad.A American\ now know so well. world I 01 I ICIIANta1N It Computers Inform many as l U; IKI r modelingIn. I heijiieni -
: city police lieutenant was fi-ihion allow in N.iplei.
Eager to shed their drab, ron.servatlve nark: home ag-iln the are .1 Widows
ordered to the s> ene to enforcethe Orphans Mr. Moii, horn ill ahokce I ,
law. attire for livelier pir- teaching Indian weavers tocreate
ctty'slndecent exposure
Fla.j and j lono-ilnu re3ldent
All appetites were whetted by ments and yet too shy to do so modern jiitterns.: In the old hand. Of New Benefits l '>

a topless bathing suit displayedIn the American male a few veirs: rrifted way electronic computers are iu> re-Whig
store's front window. ;
the
The fashion show finally start. ago found the madras jacket the :Now madras comes in cpomet. sally emtalderedcoldcaleul's'ing of Mr. anal \II ,. !?.C, bloat
perfect compromise Gaud rice! !shading' and variegation. nidcmiies, hut the Vele'rallsd- Me attended I 1,1'1 'Myci lllj'h:

ed.The first number was a shape. !sometimes, hut'd:lisslral.Enchanted I. CnloM hitherto strangers are niliilst! ration report it hall put ch'fl\I.lhcn ,c'iviHI with the I II.".

J ly model In a bikini. She was by the bleeding partner In patterns. All arp hll., bile to work on a warm hmiiaiu.project Arivy (for .} you, having been"
I greeted with great approval by ) -. Informing wldoWj and ftai'playl III (,I'l'1I101l1d.
quality of the Indian: dyes, fur that pretty green fashion :
the crowd. orphans of vetcramofchanjjeslnlaw loll \! ul service. \11', .
I American women Insisted on dollar tor now and for years to
Then out stepped the second that might' react to their (I llIlIJIIIh'l, I ,II.
model In the topless suit She madras cloth for sportswear at come' bfiieltt. 'logo C'\l\r1""f
'I i : I anJ] I. tHai I'II-
I was g r e ete d at first with first, then even ruffled it up and tint old bleeding! techniques The computer was (program" rolled I : (\'111',1:

I shocked silence, then a few draped It around themselves! for have not ben sacrificed. Properly coed to search Its nientory devices tdlropiacilr;( LlIIVCIII"I I, j.'WI.

chuckles and finally a great dressy! occasions. washed, the m'Hll'rnpatt..rhl! to determine how many lie plain 'in or'alilll' hi rl'ac

f ers deal drifted of muttering as the onlook. Naturally, that suddenly\ added also develop dimension. widows and orphanwcicrpftflv- tier til I hlrr Myers.Ol hil, ",,,,,.,,

I The topless away suit model was a up to a lot n{ midras monev What Ii prcjier washing tng one kind of rlll'flnd: whether |fie ytuucopj, ; ', tilt 1'1)) "I I ,

seven year.old girl. In India, and this was not at all Manufacturers recommend that It would! he to rlll'lr I Inter 0') ilic brlJif-lp g Xavt I din.<
est to choose in optional one, and* I I ." I
her pany f fjyk'iw i iMycr. I,
distasteful bondidto
to Indian textile! articles\ In.III.llnr those
Tommy J Kehoe: Veteran ?eivlrtOfficer ,, ,indluiJ a uit di ,n shunt -
\ PATTlHNh.: : )
5 You may be able to remove the workers.! a II III nil:, be I! washed; separately : 'said.Ll'lItrt "
.umiortamish from that pewter But I new. generitlon of from other garments" In mild Scon.) .ne,'ked.heath |I. an ul 1.1 I) W'>HI AM: \I.W.! ; Textilo, student shushmtu Hose, wrliten to Itearh. tlie,
arc being act :
J A dam prospective
piece by rubbing with a cloth educated! well-traveled! Indian soap and warm (nl'vl'rhnlwat"I', example of new designs In hJnl.l..nnll'.1 C,'"' tilt,,,indlabl ttadltlonil." Indlin sari, poses with AmerluinTileml those: whom- the opiloipla bride'* lend rwnplrte th< u i
t dampened with !kalad oil and linty' ; ,!\ nudrat. Designedbv jreonr
hlwdlnjf niidnsl : wpiilnu in"ili-rn version of Weeding !
i orv P d4afretV : DLuiras( should be I! washed, favored plan, II wl'ldlnld.lll' wlllil he
P !
u rn'4nViKl,
,
/ ) '
4twtf9iiNAcflbiV/J tl'l ihf '
e 'I .. IfllI_gait UK a\ul hung up to dry with. ,;"rUki! :.4i'9''fRt l I.fi IY qW l CSHa jd,""J III R.C. Qiilnn. the oslwn ""lIrJt"f\ I l' -')1"1"1\\1.\| \ \ \ r,' \U11Ffi\\ LwPtlf'"I. +'N/yT'f1'1Grcrrlyd\ \ Jet, J

out wringing or twisting It. textile ilcslifiif. J |Jacket! and initdi" $jjmMlca sbnltl. arcs
(a) death couijxiiaailoM/ tarellglhlewldowaunnlarrtedchlldreo

r I : OFF IN ALL DIRECTIONS

Goldwater MakesSentimental and! parents! of veterans whore M, tt MIKK IAI'1 I II)l" i II., "

,, F't dtatlfroit'i /a crvlce-coniicclfil Iluif,V 11111",'", will NIG' ',' ,Intl, ,,t
Trip Femininity Starts at ( before , ,, .
Top : dl'bIlIY'orcllrrcd Jan. >'IM I ,1 II V III l llh.| | i.nt'' '
.,," PRESCOTT. Aria (AP) Ben. : , U.irT. \ } | Iirlllllel\. l l I", IIIi, ,' HIM, 1. 1l II
z Barry Goldwater took a sent). I t (b) It1t7ilNti'I \liKleninltyonntpeiiiilloii lllH ,ll,I,,,,I",L'll I I 10 PIKMI'' "I"|"

mental trip to this one-time ter. by Helen llennessy (DIG) (or widows, rat. ,"I. ", I'i t"I" | I iI ? ?. ,"
rltorlal capital yesterday to Women' Editor r orptiali and parents of veterans Sol, |I. au rn.l.uti, II"I II",
honor the memorial of his uncle < (1i"loh"I i I itI. n" i
Morris and ride at the head of Newspaper Enterprise Asm whose >ervl fit j alter January 1, 1987.Jn .
_: ,, ,
Prescott's historic rodeo parade.He Soft hairdos the priHluition I. HIIKS, | i ,11,111Millit
accompany
) those receiving -
many CB .
tea IN lul'n .I i
returns as Republican writing d
soft breezes of summer And
.w presidential front runner to the like a growing lawn the cut q I)1 ) vf94 indeffic\ death comxsniatlon ""ut..I''l/t.' I III.JI" \tl.,1i I
mountain town where a doyen makes all the difference I[ program liavethc right: "'mp<>'inl a ease fur O'N, III'
years ago he opened his first 1 to switch to the UIC program uii- 'H! h. I "opals ,(urns'" ,n,,I \l lIk .
r et major campaign as underdog Those of yOU who followedthe Jcr which pjly..Hlumayhehl. ,nil,, \11 hits puny incur ., ,,,I ,la I..

'I contender for a Senate seat trend early this spring to ,f t.
t i It he raptures the GOP noml. shorter hair will be ahead of
nation, Goldwater says he may your friends who waited to sl
well open his presidential cam. see what direction coifs would

., palgn In this town of some M,. take. Shortness reigns for ft,
: 000, his ancestral home In Art. summer Most fashionablecuts ,
Sons are blunt and to the ,

I i I It was In Prescott that Gold ja\\ line. other are fialluredit ,4f
water's grandfather, Michael, the end I It's Swinging
.
7tkI opened In 1875 the first of the 4 Ir I(
a famlb's department stores.Astride Michel Contino the new .__ as lM. r
I an aging Palomino president of Coiffure Fran It's Beautiful . .
named Sonny, Goldwater was to raise of America hose members (

lead the parade through Pre- number leading New .. ---- s1' /
, cott to the town's 7th ra
flew' from Washing. says t soft body permanentis + A good body f , ,
j permanent t must
needed for fluff( hairstyles / t
ton to Las Vegas lrldjHe ,\ .
,
for G
fashionable
I pi.HIS, to return to Washington to hold today's swinging

I today. 1I1'halso I ptffem to fit s hair styles, Come in and see how 10\

such cuts with pin curls mnislencd rotten pad take the spill problems out of lovely our soft gentle permanents r

rather than rollers and he nail polish rrlllO\ tor, \ripped Individual! In aluminum can help ,you be t
.
!Rain, Wet Ground d\oids I , buckconibing completed foil! each pink pad remotes polish from all 10 fingernail/ i'laja I
w, ', .Mthough he does belore a new one U needed The contain lanolin to pre- 2
1 tH I? , N't Hamper Trio Hunt not like to use hairspray for tent drying out of fingernails( and rutirle. 1 t
his customers soft hairshlti.

ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. John W Boutwell, PHILADELPHIA, Miss (AP) this tummer. many other hairdressers 'I Geauty Salve

JI'.. of Naples, are announcing the engagement -Hampered by rain and vet continue to use DEATHS r rEXCLUSIVES
the search fur three The ob
Jones ground, sprabut lightly
of their Heloiso Ann. to Duane .
daughter. civil rights woikr,-who me. IOUS reason for omitting the WASHINGTONP( >- JUrr" AT R&R 4
son of )Ir. and Mrs Jesse F Jones also of Naples. tcrioutl vanished 13 da> i ago sprathe softer, dote,to.the ,-\0.\ McDonald, 70, lurmcr chair. (m Call Ml 4.6671The Naples Shopping PlazaLillyPulitzer|

The Wedding will take plate Sundav. August 2, --goes 01 In the I till/! and the head sUles are designed to be man or the Ettcnrltlrs and Ex.
in the East Naples Baptist Church at :3 p.m. All swamps of this east>%ntral Mis. fluid and mobile clang, Commission, dIM Frl. .. Our SpecialIndividuality' ;I
friends and relatives are invited! to attend Uslppi area dry. A former investment bro.
The probe b) federal and Other key feature of the her and dilr executive In Du.

stale officers has belt! expand! toft summer hairdos are troll, McDomdd served on the in. .
ed Into neighboring counties bands and parts Securities and Exchange Com
,
mission from 194? to 1e U. and
The search continued: toda '
y L see Lo'ciuC66tJ for Michael Schwerner and) Parts Kxpeciallv help bal was admlslstrwor of the R"con.structton GIFTS
;fir" slice our hairstyle to it add
Finance Corp in 1932
Andy Goodman, two vhfte New" .
interest to your fact, For example an! 1933 tCLEVELXaD Accessories
\otkers, and James Chare)', center adds full
v'l/ l'. J ,7J'ff" a part _
Ohio \p\
r,., their Negro companion from nets to a thin face and a ( ) Antiques
nearly Meridian a* residents Arlffl- Davis, one ol the first
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D7rh" Beech Club IHllt 8.IGD MII1I1'Ol'R in the area. took the Uoff to ixlmdrujl I part adds height women in "iMon, died Friday Of Naples, Inc.

celebrate JulI.I.It riii wit fluff hairdos after a lone 111:ltlS. She ..is INTERIORSFurniture
was disclosed Friday that Hatter most late If you ha'. the wile of Max T Davis, prt. Just Inl
\ HAIR the trio apparently had failedto not changed our hairstyle idiot\ of a m.at.pal'klnl eompa.m .
EYES TOO DEEP-SETi POOR THING notify their leaders when re. for many. seasons this it the and had served ai vice Upholstering A lavish collection of

t.... I lighter fuundatioi Ma) be it's hopHea tired. leased frwn, jail here June 21. numnier to try something Davis president took of the company. Mrs. J
up flying In 1(31 Draperies
an and lafk-lu. new New printsIn
of
makt-up ill ever your damaffd. in several Powder

lid, and In a shallow rlr. Irrd. but probably It Juot _ -..L.---.=...- ---- .. ---- --- Puff Derbies. She Will chosen. Carpeting
rle right under your eyes. look that ay. vie have WO"UII o* the Year in Aviation lovely

Then JuM a touch of the M-rn hair br)on p.lf..t eye shadow lint ae but the ixl J
fan find for . at 'mirarlr Imrrrd.rnl. O'IIw..n, 47, a poHctman O
you new whose t knowledge or ShaJct Ii' \ IC.
the corners cf your lids Tailiblv now ran bring it pure wen him jJe.OOO in prl/ i

41..1) And. oh JM-plndon .. beck .11 the coq bark BOOKSSONG money during the heyday of tU .

"I arrh your brace too "G.r fla perm 1 J.. tvlnloo qm/ SIXTHS, fled Friday. 74lffay-

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net eyes errs mere Ira'r II wit Duffy aid "h.iwwil "the SU,000 question" In
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weeks re. appeared on Institute [ 171 alb Ate. 8.Baby \I.ples\ FIa. I

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Loses ; Ringer TourneyMembers


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'. Golf Association com
At Fort 76Naples
Myers
j an early morning break
meeting with (nine-holelow

American Legion base, Charles Barley : tourney for Thursday's week . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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at the club. Inez Me
ball team did what it could Friday >, aid Walker : outing
and Dot Becker tied for Sunday, July S, 1964
NEWS
night to tarnish Fort My' eighth-frame 8 COLLIER COUNTY
In the tourney. Jane Bowes
er,' unbeaten record but Fort Naples third.
Myers came up with two ninth- hits, with The Tournament" here, The next five best quill
Inning runs to edge Naples. 7-6. Hamilton who ? has"Ringer been running for the Track Stars tiers get a shot at the other two
:
It was a loss for tance for places In the final trials at Los
disheartening three months
In
was won
and so did Van Angeles Sept. IMS.Jay .
the local club which went up to A by Florence Brossart, Nail Down Luck a Yale
Breeden. graduate
Park determined
Terry Friday Reeves taking second
running for the New HavenTrat'k
to avenge a 13-1 loss dealt Fort The Class B winner was Inez Club, pulled the biggest
Myers down here earlier In the Harry with Dot Becker In se Olympic SpotNEW surprise of the opening day by
season The defeat left Naples place Class C was won winning the 400.meter hurdles
with I 3-6 record and all but Evelyn Brunt Bo Huffman YORK (AP)-"I send in 49.4 seconds, Just lOths. of a
eliminated the club from a play Swinging the runner-up. mj regards to the Tr," said second off the world record. He
off spot The tournament scheduled for broad Jumper Ralph Boston. beat such stars as Bill Hardin,
RoUte Rice's For "Tell Val r>' I'll see him Rex Cawley and Chris Stauffsr.
Manager boys July 9,will be medal "
have three ]left. Next low and soon, added an exhuberant Others to clinch team berths
games A hand net, low putts. Joint Thomas
Friday they make a long tripto run that didn't time Is set at 8:30 a.m. Thus the gauntlet was thl'ownto were Trenton Jackson of Illinoisin
the 100 meters, 10.1: Hal
Palmetto to face Bradenton's ed Harry pairings will be made on ar the Soviet Union track and Connoll, In the hammer throw,
good team under the lights at 8 for the at the club, a spokesman field stars by two happy win. 225.4; Jim Stevenson, in the
p.m. A home game with Avon the Western ners In the U.S. Olympic TrUls Javelin, 242.8; Dallas Long, in
Park July 15 and an away con- Last weekend / Friday at Randall Island. the shot put, 64 9Vi,
test with Wtuchula July 17 will from Collier! Club Gals Boston, who will defend his
wrap up the season.NAPLES couple of championship next October in
painful (' Hold 4-Ball Tokyo, excited a <'ro\ul! of 13,000 14 Players Get
RALLIES right hand. He with a leap of 27 feet, 4 Indies
action on Wednesday and then 27.3V:. both eclipsing All-Star Suits ,
Down
by a 50 score after five ;
triple and / the world record of 27 3'4 heldby
innings, Naples went to workin the eighth inning Tuesdaj event for the Beach Russia's; Igor Ter.Ovaes\an. Workouts Ahead
the sixth, getting two runs. tanburg Women'. Golf Association Both were disallowed for rec.
In the eighth Tour more Naples Billie was low net for combined 1'1 Inssc*. ognltlon because the wind was Fourteen young. ballplayers
runners came in to provide and the G.Pir winners wtrti 1st Mrs. blonlitf harder than the 4.47 were fitted with Naples Little
a 6-5 lead. game to Eckard, 7St 2nd Mrs. miles per hour offlcUll al. I.rairuc nil-star team uniform
Shut out by pitcher Tom Ham Tuesday, Blllit McCunt, 17; 3rd Mrs. lowed. Saturila 11I0rnlnll'11I.1/ manag.
tohn lumurri! and Ft) Davis
ilton since the third inning. Fort the fourth inning Abbott 78.; and Mrs O.I. The wind! was 38m.p.h. on ers
78 4th Mrs. Homer the first of and outlimd, the. practice nhcdulo
its ville and ; Ralph' Jumps
was
Myers staged winning rally
in its last A of a home run 79. 15.2 on the second.,! for the next few weeks
at bat. pinch-hit
; nlne.hole The nil Ktar tram no as pickedH'ednoeduy
the Gastonia winner of the Thomas, the rangy Bostonian
triple by Bob Mattson and Bill with and will! begin prtic.liiinir .
I960
The 1962 was Mrs John Healy who was the goat of the
Llnne's single tied it up and Nap. 44 net. Mrs. Frank Blair Olympics In Rome assured I Tut" c/I)' nmrninir for the
hit
with two out and the bases filled a towering 48. July 21: tourmmunt
)left and second with a himself of another shot at Rus !frame
center,
relief pitcher Frank Vetter box July 8th the Women' Colt sla's great Valen Brumel b)' mrainut Sarasota National In
singled to deep center to sendIn press cleared the fence, will sponsor a four winning the high jump with ait Snrsiotn The panu thnt day
the winning run. pole, and bounded b-st-ball event with a (xk. effortless leap of 7.1. will! be nt ::1 I pm. nnd! practice
Three sixth-Inningerrors aid field. hour and dinner to follow. AS winner of the high )jump|i frame in the next couple weeks
ed Naples in scoring twice in Billie thought customary Tuesday event final, he becomes an automatic will be played i at comparable
the sixth In the eighth, an error was somewhat 7th) will get under way at nominee for the Olympic team,i times of day, so players will!
a.m. as do all other finals Wlllllfl'lcees' > ret used to the heat
with two out helped Naples the left fielder
stage i four-run uprising that ball, threw it to -

drove starting pitcher Larry man, who tagged Edges Kiwanis
Phllllppe to an early shower. fore he reached
The umpires
their judgment


.fA{ fence and run"Billie a,was had run Instead credited batted hit of Jaycees Still In The Race


Greenville beat

LUFF GMC INC. been Through at bat 221 For Little Title
City League
Trucks
Parts run Rpored, 62
-service batted In, and a :

TEMPORARY Eight of the hits victory! Friday. He walk log, with two runs scoring. I'ro- '
and
six STANDINGSW
triples,
LOCATION L ed five and allowed four hits. venzano led off with a single
lit Is second on
Salley 7 2 Jaycees scored all their runs and Mike Watkins doubled Tony
421 Ninth St. RBIt and lead. In
N. and homers for 6 3 In the first three Innings but Hunter singled, and Don Hunter .
0't Oil 5 3 were stopped cold by relief pitcher singled. Provenzano clouteda

1 ; ," .\ .,.,15 j". Ray Jensen after that.Jensen two-run homer as Jaycees add
: I -" '" struck out-f/ghX'battt.rj/ : lr ed three runs In the second1. 'r
: / ;; ,8; ,;.V'l ,,, ..
'Jt"J,3"t,/ tJl Servrf ) : Cleaners 2' 7 his three innings. Another single by I'rovenzano
stayed In the running The first four Jaycees bat and four walks two with the bas
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC the Little League second- ters got hits In the first Inn- es filled, allowed Jaycees to
championship score twice more In the third
by beating
PhI MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St .
SSSV *. Cleaners Friday night 7- inning. Hoke Gracely scored
Trail Cleaners' only run when
First-place Holland Salley can Little League he singled in the third and cir
the title out right by defeat- cled the bases on wild pitches.
Standard Oil on Monday at Provenzano had three of Jay
at Cambler Park. Thegame Averages cees' nine hits. Gracely hit two
rained out June 5. Holland singles for the losers.
won the first half and has Through Frlday'sGames Exchange counted five runs
least a share of the second- 38 or more st bats in the second inning and after
\ title now. AB H RP Avg. Kiwanis had scored four, Exchange

held off Kiwanis,6-5, Gratton 61 34 54 .557 got the eventual winningrun
night,' and Kiwanis be Hartford 56 28 44 .500 In the fourth. Winning pitcher
the first Little League team Barley 48 20 38 .417 Greg Hall cave up three
19 complete its season. The Johnson 48 20 18 .417 hits and four walks and struckout
1 teams are involved In Hall 53 22 32 .415 six. Ducky flowers went
1 games which will be play Frank 53 21 31 .396 all the way for Kiwanis allow-
this coming week. Daniels 47 17 15 .362 ing three hits, two walks, and
Monday's Standard-Hol Lawrence 50 18 32 .360 striking out four
\1 Salley clash. Trail Clean Tucker 50 18 24 .360 Rocky Scofleld's single a hit
& and Exchange will meet at D. Hunter 63 22 25 .349 batter, and a walk filled the bases
On Wednesday at 5:15, Provenzano 68 23 27 .338 for Exchange In the second frame.
will play Standard 011 Allen 55 18 37 .327 :Oly: Cowles walked to force in

close out the ,regular sche- T. Hunter 47 15 19 .319 one, run. Larry Rogers than
> i i; ;,t, I !,I \ In I the! earning 'week',the! ''Rayburri ft i 149 ;,15'22 f 1.306 singled to bring in two teammates
League all-star team will Griffin 49 '15 19 .306 and Hall singled to send
practicing for Its tourna- Gracely 46 14 14 .304 In two more.
date later this month. Llndabury 48 14 16 .292 Walker scored from secondon
Provenzano struck out Bell 39 11 25 .282 a passed ball In the last
Trail Cleaners batters In Jay- H. Watkins 47 13 20 .277 of the second for Kiwanis' first
y Vachon 62 17 23 .274 run. An error, two walks, hit
,, 0. Cowles 56 15 27 .268 batter and Walker's single resulted
M. Watkins 56 15 22 .268 in three third-Inning runs
Title Companyof Bass 49 13 24 .265 that made it $-4.
Flowers 62 16 23 .253 Tony Whldden singled In the
Naples Rogers 43 11 15 .256 Exchange fourth and scored on

.UTSleopard CRWS Hatcher 45 11 16 .244 Bowies' groundout to make It
a BldirMl Walker 50 11 14 .220 34. Two errors allowed a
S *0i Sltta 50 11 7 .220 Kiwanis run to score In the hot-
031 Fifth AI't., So Stahlman 41 9 14 ..219F. :om of the fourth, but Hall bore
Cross 49 10 11 .204 down and held the one-run lead.
J. r Storter 54 11 19 .203 No player had more than one hit
N.pl,1 Fry 40 8 10 .200 for either side.
Golden I d 0 Fla.rro RP--Runs produced total of

u runs scored and runs batted In. There were nine. below-par 70
'
rounds in this y... U.S. Open.
Two each were turned in by
Arnold Palmer and Gay Brewer
I BEST BUY YETI! Others under par for one round
were winner Ken Venturi, Tommy
: Jacob.., Bob Charles, Billy Casper
: V..3B and Don January,

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fREE GASOLINE Stop at any service. pie R.... lI'eNa,'lt
station displaying the yellow and *"':
blue GGG sign and we will pick up I 1 1f 200 Ik*. lOMIb-,
the tab for your gasoline (up to eat you rue, yes
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vacation bonus under the Florida sun as Feet M>er. Pals Gorda.
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fishing pier, 9 guided auto ; of a Fngtttt Delune' worlds insult i Fits most everymake etc. H rite far .
long Naples and model of car One-day installation, easy terms! rtl* and cost
luresqut Naples. and a 'fascinating' "' :: timalrs from my city u
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1-Announc.m.nh 13-rUlp Want. Female 38-Autos For Sale 48-Apti. For RentI .i S7-Houses For Sale 59-Acreage


BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Three bedroom home. Cloie I..lIoppn. DISTRESS! I Owner need
PI.AZA BEAUTY SALON Reliable. white, woman for child MUST SACRIFICE 2 APT GREEN ACRES Ml .. Churches. ""001. money! 10 acres tt50 totel
Ce,. and house work. Ida ) price Colder County Real Ea
1121 E Tamiawi. Tre.lMidway 2 2990 1112.1/ Sewer air coisdlsned ecreend
117y week I '..JU'Z.- year round CallMl 5t. door 1964 Galaxie 500. Lovely air. condlon.d, ..11.n.clci 'lanai. bach purd Cyclone fance 11'0 late n Ml 2J'M. Open Sunday

N Naplaa Su,tibia I aoult enclosed Payments only 17100
SECRETARY wanted for shorthand Exact mileage 6,252. Ml Mo yearly Ml I M7| I per Mo including, hoes and For Iroiler or homesite ever
AII.nltoft: All psinlerl I" Col. typing and bookkeepingPsrmenent or Ml I.2II> llr: tf InaurancaJohn I acre tracl. Z" acre I cC..
SELF S E R V ICE Brulaer, bo..r owned by the Cliff tier Counlll if you ... worbing position' G H Lull 2.3370 " R Wood 4 Anocli'el tracts with .Ieelrlcll" and
for loss than 13 DO per h. come Registered Real Estate Broker. rraolewind ApartmantaLovely 110 51h Ave S Ml I.U59 roads Other big acroegu tracli.

Moons of Memphis, "..d. only to prose paw down en Improviitd 10 the ,,,nl..5 nineting Mon. III 9th It. N. MI 1-2210, Jeap. wh. dr Very "t.o I Apt 1 bedrm Furn: AIHfRONr RI.51DENII: 120 dn 120 per up
faucet to drtw d.y n.hl., Julll .. 7:30: P M. AI IIZ' It dition j .I Ml 3 IBIS. atno near aeach & shopping' Yearlyor ON 100 of white, sand beach Collar. County Reel'oE.I. :. Ml i
I drink I of water from an outdoor tap orpente l's Union Hall tIll tsRAve. Anderson 0,1" 1/21 3t monthly 1040g e/Htf I bdrm I bath garage CBS 1)111 Open Sunday

-- I 71141 Air .0ndIon.d lu.n.h.d, I bedroom wil, acreenad den pool and patio 2/latfwlha
14-H IP Wanted Male 5. Pont ROIl. A/C MM Can Nu b..ch and Ju.1 reduced 10 IJI 550 unfur'sishod
UI MaRl THAN MALP O' PUBLIC NOTICI UNIFORM SALE be lien at Jack City, Service' 171.00 .pl.per month year roundMI par This II a wonderful buy ifs acre Hade IS (A dn and

FLORIOftS White & Color III I M I II. 31 Ith St No. Phone Ml I t 6121Muit 1&192 711.1149Houi. ,is a scarce ,I.m. May w. IS 00 per mo no interest I ISO
TCXRISTS Wilt. Truck driver wanted for route show the mile
ba sold this week you property today r One from Golden Gate
I RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I IfURLIC NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE SALE Maternty 4 lulls oor.I : II..co reduced work, gin delivery end water CARIBBEAN. REALTV 97>0 N City, Collier. County Reel Ea.
BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT To make work Contact Trail 1.41 2 5050
COURT conditioning My a/lJIhs If late Ml 1311. Open Sunday
Notice la hereby given. that the Line Come see ua Hours .kh L P. Gas. 1.41 3 4U' Bargain. at 1250 Oldsmob, .. For Rent 2/IOtfwths
Clark of I 30 I: 30 We hove D,. 4 Two bums houee POlO SALE
undarsgnad Circuit Courtof IIU51 Super II 2 0,. Automatic ra OR RENT
One block from
COLLIER County Florida. will, Barber LINNIE jackets UNIFORMS lie heater Mechanically sound school 1U2 Francis I ACRE TRACT
Ave
1100
on the 15th day of JULY I9M at I pllcl.II", saw Goodyear RENTALSHOUSES ))0' 5 160 Only 1110 oil State
Flo.Ac.OI. dn
St.. Ft. ttOOO Ml 21007Spaeloua .
IMS I
Myers
Mendry mo
I 11 o'clock AM at lbs intersection from 1 15-Si1 Help W.nt.d tires.' Ow lIme 10. Ii\; aupnnnon '/Utl per Rd USD full price.
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cREETIIIE$1 of the Corridors In Building, 'C' of ; 2.3eIl
the Collier. County Government Center downtown Kwik Chak VIVIAN 000 REALTOR

East Naplai. Collier, County l/S4t Experienced Salaiman wanted Its Chevy 4 Dr ltd Trans APARTM tIlTS 4 bedroom I bath Ill IIh A".. C. 1.41 0 4049Assacialos
offer fur Sale and sail at public CBS Age II moa Has '.1"'.
A e 2100 contact Stan Shuart Good second car Ml 2 2011 FUIINIIMID. UNFURHISHEDYIAII.
outcry to the highest' and best bidder aalaa at Ingram Chavrelat IEAION. ming pool .nd boat dock Houaa
for cash. the following described 3-BoiU-Mofors Acc s.II manager 1/2.tf 7/I.tI laces toward Naples Ban. Own.or Dan lu.lunlll ZelpIsalO.Vr:
Property situated, In Collier County hut bad heart Will .c.l. '17. f", .
to'wit, : 'J f J. \v. DYCHES. REALTOR lice for 14200000. 7/1.11
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Lymin with MNP Johnaon 40-Autos Repal'l o Parts
Lot I. less that part in the North.cent Need Salesmen for new product '
Used little. 1300 00 Ml MR BIG
vary INVESTOR
corner as described In deed Experlenced .
not Introduced to Florida
1 MM. 7/1.11 Near l.k. Perk school 4 b.lII.
to the Stele of Florida recorded salesman need only FURNISHED COTTAGE LITTL'

NOTICI ii P.' P' t 12'nl'l' ]3' the and North Lois op ly., Poe 1m. Fort Lauder' LOOK HEREI) FOR RENT room,gned 2 for bath a CBS mother home law dos MR INVESTOR
dole 7/3.51
PS P end Lola II Bushmt Opps. One block from Jrd Street Shopping ::1b: 200 00 Owner will, carry 71 waterfront ae on Naples
IN THE LIRCUM COURT Of THE 12. 13 II4II&L and \1.. of Block II: i> Wondirinf where to fo diatrict and near Fishing mortgage 7/1II bay. opposite Port Royaland

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Tier, (. of the TOWN OF NAPLES 16-Help>iUbU Pier. In Naplea charming old Lake Front homo I blocks from |lust south of Royal
FLORIDA IN AND FOR COLLIER (now CITY OF NAPLESI. ae BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES With your car problem section Two bedrooms' lvivroom. bouck and Rasll rug Share.C Harbor. 1300 000.

COUNTY. :: r r'OliO the revised map or bath and kitchen. Si a B 3 bodroem 2 baths Cy.press : "
IN CHANCERY. Finish Paint Jobs I Ao I 000 Ft No
Factory los
I portion thereof. aa irouisl Drlve'Ie & Per monlh an, yearly 5550. paneled livine' roan. I.., OO'tN'I
CHANCERY NO. ZOOS the some m recorded In FIst *bedroom home _Ml,000arlna RehaSh I baby ilttir. IH BIN ItN Wrack Rebuilt lloors loot's' Iandocap' lily, line. Only,
route
EUGENE f. FRECM Book 1. page 19 of the Public -North Trail ...421.IOG MIIIMI. >/,.It TunouaaPrant AD MILLS ASSOCIATES ire |?4.100 00 1/3.11 of .m"1" Trail to lbs ACL
Plilntiff Collier County Flor Commercial 'lot- Realtors RR The finest, development
v.. Ide;osg' fnd Ava. N. _in.aa. Senior desIres aummar employahorthand and gnmanl, JOS Ith Ava So Ml 12124 I.d with, c"v" wetnr ready
MINNIE MASSEY end UNION That port 0' the closed alley m.nl. Typin a work Motor OverhaulTranamna 7/U' Five Rides homo .n en acre for development available in
FINANCE COMPANY and which, abuta Lot I to Incluiva .'See the Naples South model OnpariOncO. Itephonie Hall WV ,on, rebuiltLUbrtClt'o" RENTALS lot agricultural 1 ) bedroom Naples today I).000 per Ac
nrd
ELIZABETH A RODGERS and the North 21 feat of Lot 7. homes lod.y" a-lbS.: ./3.Rt I bedroom furnished home. icreen porch-
RICHARD C. RODGERS and Lot II. In said' Block II AsioclataaLucille : Near See Gate School 1100 00 age I yean 11200000. 71UI 431 a 400 Ft Tamleml' Trail,
Defendants Tier I. described aa follows: Com Brakes opposite' The Mooring. Only
NOTICE TO APPEARTO m financing, I the Northwest corner OtIs Virgil Marcum 20-C.mtt ry Loti Polish 4 Woe I bedroom furnished apt nice BILL LOACH Reader tlio per Fr Ft
: ELIZABETH A. RODGERS of Lot 1. aa above described I 0.00 ISO Ith Ana South
RICHARD C. RODGERS lb enters 0 Southerly 220 feet DEWEY'TOLLYREALTY Don t look any further Naplea. Fie 2* Ae East Naples MO Ft

Residence; : Unknown along' the Westerly boundary .line lee 0 bedroom snfursstshed ept Midway 2 tIll. from Coconut Grove subdivision .
You ere h.rtby notified, that a of Lute I to I Inclusive: and the FOR SALE raf S ... City, weler, 12.000.
I atove and SALE
will sell FOR
tranafarred,
suit, lilt been filed In 1110 CIr.IItCOlirt North 21 feet of Lot I. thence' Owner Ingram Chevrolet Inc. per ecre
I In Na the beech and
Aparlmanta near
of tht Twelfth Judicial Circuit lot. containing spaces
of Florida in and for Colliar levIes run Westerly of the )Vj feet' on e pre Corner of let Ava Uo. 4Tarn.ami plea Memorial Gardana |2M 00 130 Hh St. N. Ml SIlOS WE NEED RENTAL LISTINGS shopping, center, cone.sling of I 411. a 200 Ft Tamiami Trail,

County In which you hiva b..n 1 line of the: North : ::1uLo'i S Trail Worth more Phone Ml I 24112 ResIn. fl.. SECCARIBBEAN 1 units ) completely turn shed rill Naplai' Adiacent toMyakka

made defendant. styled EUGENFF. th encerun North and parallel, Ml us.. 71Ut and the elhar partly furnishedFriend ? Get C SINg per.
fRECH. PI.II, , ".. MINNIE to the Westerly, boundary line of REALTY to sell, good terms Call. f. '1.
MASSEY .at al. defendants tho Where Customers Send VIVIAN' OGG REALTOR lor
Lots I and 7 distance of 60
relief tharam; sought bolng tha fo,.. feet, thence run a Westerly 7 Vt feet Cats 23-Misc. For S.U 44 Mobile Homes Their Friend. appointment to show SOC SIN 22 Ae on proposed Ft Lander
a cartam mortgage' t to the Northeast corner of Lot 7-Dogs e Pots North Trail Ml llll Ave So Phone Ml 2 4741WATERFHONT dale' Rd, one mile from St

ud'0 f, Reeorda Book 32 In said Block II Tier. I. thence Round & Square gerdan stones. Rd No IM With land Rd.
Page .149 Public Records of Colliar run Northerly 170 feet across allay pupplea, I All sites a Colors, Can be I bedroom house furnIshed Cell HOME I bedrooms access IMI pat A.
County Florida You are hereby requirad and along Easterly' boundary :ecternsiepoodlu. .p.cot, I.. bought' aeperata ar patio' doaigned Itt! New Moon tO >IO'. M'' 1.319. 1/21 II t bath Florida room. '
to fIe with the Clark of :line of Lot II to the Northeast mafe. Ml j.330435,5 t end Installed Phono for Closed in screened porch Boitita garage Located en aeawalled I Ac lust off Ft Lauderdale
aid, Court your written, detoniei corner of Lot II, end thence free estimete. STONECRAFT Springs Anglers Paradise, I bedroom house furnished TV canal. Clean and well 1 cared for Rd M300 Grab a bargain,
,it any you have. ,..th.r personally IS feet to the runEaslerly of INDUSTRIES. office Ml 12712 .,Trailer park 7/1.20t cable evellable. Adults only Priced et III.500 Owner am
or by attornay in ..,d proeaadinii, : ALSO point 13-Holp Want. Fem.Uhousekeeper or 1'... Ml 141 11. 1121.101 29' Trailer, reconditioned 1295 MI 4102. '/''.tI ious to sell. CARIBBEAN Smoke house restaurant bun

on or batoro July 2) 194 and b'fnnnt. furniture turnithlngs, |10 Down Rock Creek Trailer REALTY 3750 N Treil,. Ml nnss.n d property Hoipit
1270 llth N
St
thereafter to eervo a copy on plain r, tu.1: appliances; : tobla I anequipment ". Perk Rear of Airport lilt 5t 2 tut. 4/lllhstf died owner lays sell
: Available .1 I bdrm tbatha
tiff, a counsel I: Jamee R. AdamtP contained In the buildIngs to Caro for' 26-Personal once 111000 You don't need a aim.nto
,Close Estate! 'Trailer with ca Near Lake Park School HOMES BY STONE
.
O. Box Oil. Naplea. FloridaHarain I ateal, this properly Ab
end house
'located on the above doscribed preschoolers keep
and or till unformatted CRAYTON COVE Visit I
fail not of havIng 71SOOi7l our ..0Iul.11Ih.. best value In
upon pain antarad premises and Used in the I di ysawos k year round. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS tI' n. 4 ) bedroom homes on llh abusinasa
S a dacraa pro confesso operation of Motel Naples" Na.las. Must be reliable and congemel I Men or women wi'h drinking VINCE Ave S.. at 7th II procolll from property in all

.,..n.1, you. hand and the Seal of Ftorida, according to the with, children, and In good problems: Ask. for help by cell CONBOY Il4noto lit.150 with good Naples

aid Witness Court my at Saul Naples. Florida tnvenlory sochinged this datapurauant between the health. Will fu.n"h own 10C.t"n.por.t.llon. PII. MI. :ins Ml 14)11. Visitors cordially 45-Tr.il.rs For Rent Si 1' II" Awe. Pekway terms availableCOCONUT I bedroom I bath V.nd.b,1t,
parties on pay
In,
this lOIN day of Jun. 1964 to the final decree of foreclosure I.U71 fur Interview 7letrtecopbsnstyp.ol welcomed Meeting First PII. MI 1.1741 GROVE Only two Beech wate'rlront' home Ready
MARGARET T. SCOTT Baptiet Church Annan an IthSt ''reilera II a week' with TV new ) bedroom homes available. to move in 111.500
6 entered In
a case pendingIn I ;
7th Ave every Tuea and 10 a week Spacea IS a week
0 Clerk pi with carports Vour choice, et
said Court the of which
By INEZ MAOILL ALICE R. LUTRINGER style DANSER is F.i. n.hl at S. 30 P.1.4. h 12'tk Creek Trailer ParkStXpfsi. I Bed.oo" Nouns lunllh.d only IIM DOWN Belter hsrryLhsttBri Oil... will eo onaidered on all

Deputy Clark Plaintiff wanted. Afternoons. Professional . ,1 monthly. MI 23050.wstf theie praperties Naples isboominpl
JAMES R ADAMS office. Ml 2.5&27. 7/1.lt m INC I You can profit by
fit'O*'*o*>,til' i. . '"Mdtt' d P\.U.j"l ( ,. ::. ::33 Srv'lc.iOff.-.d: : :''': .".. .", ;., ._ : aeeing. lhscopr .rtiq, ton'sv
Vtfnt
CopIes, Florida a Florida CorporationDafandant. Colored girl, to baby ait week and , for VfcARLY KKNTAL S M Tenth Si Norh MI U" fa H 'lUf ,. ell llh'SI. fW, 1
Attorney for Plaintiff do cleaning :1Jo 5 a 11I..tI. Ml 17770 t/71 4lI
t
UNFURNISHED bdrm IH
1964 #l'2PUiLIC phone Ml before I or Tile and Terrain floor 70 MO 1100
Juno 11. It July I. 12 raconOitioninn | bailhome
and number the 2060WITNESS docket number of which la .It.r I. 2OSlOWai by STONECRAPT IN. rurn. I bdrm apt. iff.elanciea . bath residence J. W. DVCHfB. 1101 per "' ., NORtH NAPlLa bedroom Roar new town cuilom beach end

NOTICE: my hind and the official .tress wonted fo. .n.ck b.. OUSTRIES Machine acrubwax ;. TV, Air, Cond 745 4th 1144 Ird SI *oMl bedroom I bath Florida. .. church Wh.I hens you
... 1.41I stripping '....1 I and polish restdontiet Ave So MI "41 room. large I,ving, room Completely in"lo oul' Wrili CallerCoimnln
"Tha Public are Informad' that thaundars ' aaal of said Court thiS 3rd .nd loun. Mu.t b. II 22462 wn or
5252. 1lO.tfWeltress and commercial Office furnished 100 0 IJI Rows, Sue |77 A \II, J
ISM I/IS
;fnad propoaaa to regiMe thafollowing d.y of July, Sabal Shores ApU.
fictitious. semi under the Hon Margaret T. ScottClerk Ml 2 2792. Res Ml .UI. lot All this for only 1 1 too 125.101AlmonI
;of the Circuit, Court; IIZUOI YEAR ROUND LIVING VIVIAN 000 REALTOR _
pertinent I Florida Statuta;
wanted to work IIam Modern one bedroom end .,. Ml 2 4741
Ave So
of Collier County FloridaBy Wanted 124 SIN
53-Lls.ing.s 3 toned apart
JAYS OUTBOARD acres
I . I week
to p m days a ficiency. Apia furniahed TV Assoc '"'
Tha type of buiiness to ba engaged One Mafill Sale : IS anIse. duplei' City weterevailahle
Brookaida Bowl 38-Autos For .
Clerk' a cable In Monthly or year Dan Burglund Zalpha Hayra
Deputy gilt
in la outboard motor soles, aarvicaand Located |uit oil the
4 McDANIELBy round Ml { 4451 Kelly Rr endafaca STOPI 0/7 Iris
CONDON .
repair, business and other ra eail Trail' (I mile eulvde city
fated Incidental andaavora. to ba locatad : WALTER R. CONDON EVEIIYBODY LONER A WIN. A".. 5/1.tf I have suitable tenanta for your limits, Owner aniioua' to sell
Attorneys for Pie nt.lt Retired gentleman wanta nouta HER. HERE ARE 3 FOR YOU TENANTS WANTEDOne Three bdrm I bath 1st Ave
7/Ut
at Coodland Florida. The' homo and other desirable rent Hi.ooo oo
ownership of the butlnata I. to ba Suite 7. BuIck Building, keeper lire. i". Must have a TO CHOOSE fROM' bdrm furnished apt Ird an. Llat them with uslIM No, Good terms Ml 2 1414,
vested In JAY ABiOTT-1Ma %. Naples. Florida car Ml J.1M4. 19(2 Falcon 4 dr. Deluxe StaWgn A".. South Call Tommy Kohoo, Ith Ave I. Ml 2 ue. evenings 1/23 tlMOORINGS Sill LOACH Realtor'
/ / Jay Abbott July 5. 1964 #200 .. to"ODR\lh 11250 I Ml: 2 2(51 or '2.1131. VIVIAN OCG REALTOR : tit Springlme I' OrI ISO llh Ava South
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A CAR / ,. RtfLfIsanois Naples. Fbi
Smith Carroll, Vole. Brown bedroom. IH both, awimmingpool
4 NicholaBalch LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT PRICED RIGHT ASSOCIATE screened polio Eaaallenlmortgage Midway 74141
Building Naplaa Fla. NOTICE' TO BIDDERS 19C2 17 Mitchell Boat 10. HP D'li Week, or Dan Burglund 2alpha Hay.. commitment Your

Attorney for Registrant." FOLDING CHAIRS with a engine' Boat trailer Included ..1, rirh.o'IM.Uu: Ml equity in emetic houie or ve 62 Buiinen Property
June 21. July 5. 12. l' RollS Sealed bids, will ba received by the Summer la 'here 1950 cent land considered aa down -
t Flor 1961 International; 4-eyf-tong Own,,'. urRe lu'ftllhed elh.ciency. ,. 54-Trade or Sell payment on this fine residenceSi'
:;; Mter&r, atII low cost wheel, base cab and chaai. Air condo lIon..roltApi. r". .. ": Trail Frontage ROB a front

IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE end Suit for farm truck 111 JO 00. .. 1.41 21151 0. 1.41 1.2112.I Will tredo equity I" Lake Park ( \ 210 "h Ano. I. foil S SIll. foot Between Naples and) MarCO .
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN BUY IT RIGHT
ba used In the liland Turnoll Collier Co.
to
AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, dollies oIC.n'.i. WANT AD LUFF CMC INC. bedroom funllh.d eIicianc housa for lend In City or COU"
building Specificforms Real Estate. Ml t HI Open
FLORIDA anon dele may b. 421 Ith St. N. Ml f 2270 psln Ml ty Call Ml 24211 l/l.tf 14 oalslll010ur retirement
and .pertinent 'ljI7N : SlOws
91.h'ld/ lundeyl
I IN CHANCERY obtained from the office of the City' Th.1 lot ; ;? Ml t. TRADE FOR LOT Large I homes saId .n Mch", ." Av.

NO. Manager. City, Hell Naples' Florida bedroom. I bath home priced. Only I remaining et III.470 in I)' 5 150 Business lot Behind
:
(VIE NORMA"1IUEN. during, wokn. houn.Th. -- et til.>00 Mortgage payment eluding ,landscaped lot, acraenad Trail End Motel 3rd St So
Plaintiff Crty ....r".. the right lo .: 5.u't ftper mo, Went city lot porch air cond See thaiahomea Make slOe v. No broken Write

v. reject any JV, BIC PORCHE VOLKSWAGENG CARIBBEAN' REALTY I>W N. before boys.gooyrnlira. Boa 17)7 A""It. Collier CountyOwnera
CLARENCE MERCEDES
RUPERT OSTEEN WOOD Jr. Trail Ml I Sill. ment home CARIBBEAN Plows IrIS Ins

Defendant City Manager SALE STARTING JULY 6 4/21 th..II REALTY, I7>0 N. Trail MI Neil, Ad. S usioess, FanIa.n.
TO NOTICE OF SUIT July I. 0964Thefollewingchanaes *1I2 .I G MERCANTILEIN I llll 4/1.Ihs.tf lay sell See this properly .
: CLARENCE: RUPERT OSTEEN : and .
Rt #1. Box 314 In the Elee. -, TRADE OR SILL G N -': H. bargain 4" N. "today"
Alta Lome. Tenet trical Section of the Building Coda MARCO rtiv"PALMER Tampa A'... >l ,large wooded Completely furnished waterfront 1111.1'.1'
You are hereby notified that a for the City' of Everglades will beconsidered Ills overlooking, Tampa Bay CBS home Access la Gull Ra
"
Complaint for Divorce h.. been filedagainat at a Public Hearing In arocertee ere el 20% diecountDruge HARRIS' < Will trade for properly In Col verse cycle air cond'tioningOraan ,

you and you ere requiredto the City Hall on July 21. 114. at 4 Hardware at 30% diet iS.' .. . Her' or Lee Co. Collier. County refrigerator, fraarerbu 65-Gan. Real Estate
serve a copy of your Anawer ar .00 PM Fishing tackle et 40% discount Collier County Sales Rep Real E...... Ml f llll Openlundaya 'II'in range and oven washer
pleading to the tha' 4505 I SPECIAL RULES AND Shoos & Clothing as marked S/*. . and dryer Seawall with 70in '
Plaintiff"a Alt oroeya.mr.lr."FI: : REGULATIONSAdd OVIRUAO MOTORS INC. board II).000. Ml 1 147!. 1110. tit \,. No. Newer 2

at SMITH CARROLL VEGA. to Peregraph (bl) . STORE EQUIPMENT 7/1.55 bedroom. I ...th. eirro toilet
BROWN' 4 NICHOLS Batch' BuildIng Ground rod aced for groundme For Sale
Naplea. Florida. and file the aarvlce meter shall 'be GROCERY STORE ,'''' 57-Houses Utility, lerge Florid post,.
original thereof In the office of the I/I" diameter Copper'weldtype FIXTURES ''c::. SB-lots For Sale goad atotooo., torpor, Nee
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Col used p'OFFICI FOR SALE
I I long and clamp , Leke ford School. $11,600.S3. .
her County, et East Naples. FlorIda shall be of bron e or copper u V 5 Lonely cottage completely fur
on or before the 14th day of elempe' with Slicing machine ScalaaFreeiers HOME n.h.1II for only II.000. Located
No Iron pipe or lot for Bela In Pine Ridgeby '
Coolers I Large llth A.... So. bedroom.
July |.M. If you fail to do ao steel bolts arm permitted Far MI 2.2040 MI i seal on a high' lot nicely lendscapedt Ml ,
IlIOO Phone
Decree Pro Confeaao will be taken phyacal, protection, the ground Air conditioner, Etc J 4M4ftesideniielLol owner 1/,.It 2 both I lorge perch forage.
against you for the relief demanded wire may ba enclosed In elum bedroom and t batha. nice Hoof A Air.. 19.100.. CaenPOO.
'In the Complaint mum or PVC conduit If open kitchen' large living roomawimming LekePark.
DONE AND ORDERED at East stapled. specmg betweensteplea pool and patio Near school and ilorea 12.771 Down $121 per month
Naples. Collier Covnty Florida. this not more than I4MS1 screened in Beautiful landacapad I MARLOWE 4 BECK 411 Ilk with to. end ,Ine., FHA,
tha llth day of June A D. I'M lot neer the beerh for only South, Ml 1 1221

MARGARET T. SCOTT GENERAL REGULATIONS |2I.eOO. Let ui show this. to pea /i1I":I .,
U72 Jewel Boa A... Wolea.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Paragraph tel) changed to
Collier Co 'l'M FloridaBy Who Can Do It? today GORDON DRIVE front, .....11. control heel 1

: /a/ ,:( :r ;ont.1 raceway metal conduit .. I bedrooms IH batha large llv Large 100' a lit lot II100 .1 Ir. 2 .bedrooms. 2 .bathe,
metal
SMITH 8r;' tLcr.arhoA. he .tub metal,ng. aha raceway II not or be used inC room. nice kitchen, large with UNUSUAL large 10' a UI' lot r.erch. .".... Sl',? 50. .....

BROWN 4 NICHOLS in the City, less than 10 feat' built m oopliancea the Is Cequina I.ndl. If loll.USI .
.
screened parch ." .IOIk"C
Suite II, Belch Building, above overage ground level
Naplaa. FloridaAttorney except meter aervice, entrenceto lake neer sNapping center and '0' 1W lot I I" Rdge Lakes ... ....' Rd. :3 bodroom
for Plaintiff' panel which, shall not lie These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Lines. beach. nice landsaaaed lot ell : Area. ".oot. .... terms -
Jun. I.. H 21.'JuVy'l. IH4 #17) b.low a level "' 414' above ,,,'. for only III.100To VIVIAN 000. REALTOR I, 2 .fhl. control hoc

ground and contain no water 124 Ith Ave So Ml 24741Associelee iolr. .. porch carport.A iiumemortoogo.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING' Traps and except for groundwire sue any of the akove. sell No
closing
coita.
Notice la hereby given, by the C.ty protection ea set forth They EQUIPPED.EXPKIENCED( and READY to serve youj VIVIAN 000 REALTOR l>4 Dan Burglund alpha Hayra Down. .
$1.500. Mo
Council, Cit 1 Evergladea o'rj: in 450JI that a r..OI. ng will i be wiring Industrial '"1. Items Soil
at 7:30: P M on Wednesday. July :: .nil such .: fish. house Des Surglund Zalpha" Ny3, PORT ROYAL Let27 Oalloon .
For bale Trade
22 Everglodea. 1964, at for tha the City, purpose Hall City of, con of marine ant waya,one.. packing garagee: housesaarvice ehallrequire i APPLIANCE REPAIRS ROOFIC SEAWALLS "PRiVATE' : ALl W,...Drive 0 J Herbert. or 2I2I Peat. 14} Ills St. No. :3 bedrooms,

MOoring the adoption' of 0 proposed the use of aopresedPVC Hoofs *. e11a5vV NO IROIIERSOwoa bedroom. Reed Olr.en Cenn I Ills5 llrepleco, Coreert,
Chloride. plei 'h. with 'u.1 sail thrta
Polyvinyl
ordinance, creating RV a Single new" tic conduit and fitting Sya gejiTI WHITE Seaut'I'es pro 2 fcelh home in THE MOOR good I....."n.,,'. I12.VX.

toning clasaificetlon Home. tern ground wire shall ba run WALT RUlE APPLIANCES tacts and seals" all reefs Free WALLSCONCRETE INOI Central heal and air 59AcreageTRAIL
A Family of Detached the said" Vacation proposed ordm-, with the ether conductors m COMPLETE APPLIANCE esl'males Ml 2 un NAPLES SEA c.ndto"n., carpeting throughout 4 JO 14* A".. So. Aquolono.

Inca copy be seen at City Hall during the PVC conduit and shall ba SERVICE ROOF CLEANING & PAINT WOOD ROCK eicept J bedroom Compiete FRONTAGE 2 bedfeems, 2 bet ha. Central
may eccerdingto IlS Its St I. 19 CO J/liIQt aposal ..,.. 4 lend IH
regular office. houra of the proper sue kilcieit including 10 high dry boot ft air wafeR
Ml 2.2514ANSWERING Foundation Piles ,
All firms' or corporations the NEC ta protect the and ahwaihar Nice screened miles from courthouse MAR.LOWE 60If.I.
may persons prevent themselves ana be system end equ'pment. Ground porch paved driveway 4 vwt. 41) Ills tnl trash 31.
heerd wire, mey be bare or green Qocki-Moonog Whip lawn Phone Ml i o..o alter South, Ml 21221Tavk
color If Inautated and muet SERVICE I P M '/2' tf 171 I Itlhil. No. :IbodrooMt
Please govern yourself accordingly soldered et all boxee ..nllljuncl.n. JAG I N Automate drydechsABBOTT acres on .Immehaiae. Rd. ,
ATTEST:. be where Joints are 15500 II"' You chance far a 2 bathe I.,,. porch, goroge

Cit S. I.Clerk GIDEON made with a ftail brought HOMES B nON good !Investment CARIBBEAN hoot t olr. S17.SOO. $500.:
TelepMoxc serve! REALTV $1S0.N. Trail Midway '
July .. t. 1?. la. II. IH4
puiL'i 'H'iAR'jjQ; If used with a grounded space a'.d reeeptcnat larvae 1 104) t 4))1 t 4471 is NEW I'" home Only &Iea.tNA., No (loalnicoita.1WO .
NOTICE OF than It ehell be Call I4MI. I one ava'Iaklo' II "urry. it acres for aale" C I... TMO
Notice la hereby g ivan by the City receptacle. |7S month per aero M ght split. CARIB
the ground screw DOWN. per
: under 1100 1 llth St.
pieced
N.. :Ibodreem
Council af Evergladea
of the .
City recepteele Merely. tw.at I SR Iadf '" Ion's III CAN REALTY, 3754 N. Trail. ,
Florida that a public hearing will of the the ground wires together RIP'RAP SEAWALLS buys palmetto, Ct off Kelly. Rd X' HIM S/2S The tfe4 2 hh.. S1.SOO. D..... Move
be held at 2:45: P M. Wadneaday.July ing _
Cityof on oamg wirenuta or clamps RADIATOR REPAIRS INSPECT our five homes new acres for sale IM Might U. No ojueilifylng.;
22. 1M4 at the City Hell at per
Everglades. for the purpose of will not cable be permitted such aa Romeo Nonmetallic and ROCK GROINS under connection en llth Ave acre, M.ght soil part. Twomilee $107; isselhmllls. toaond :lee:: ;.

considering a request for toning orreioning. used lit the wiring of .c,...... aoowflla.dockalort la between Ith 4 Ith SIS south of proposed Ft
seat be from III IM to 516510with
described] Loudordole
the following ether buildings A Radiator R, priced Rd CARIBBEAN 35 Block.
.nd : psirs Let t.
residences termaMR R..1 Hor bar
property. Into Clans R V. Slngla Family level Wiring underbuiMingrmuet one, ) | .1"1 good REALTY I7M N. Trail. Ml,
Detached Vacation, HomeThose : above floor be of the. OFtvoe 0.. lanka repaired welding HANDY MAN: If you tail HIM 1/21.ThatfOuiak overlooking boy toowoll.

lying south portion of the of Trade Barren J River-& K cable w REGULATIONS,th ground wire axck team uo &cleaning delivery M.IR.STIION'tIRtDGING to cal your masonry own painting a, .landscaping. alectri ;;;r- TIO "'... It! per Cost $1, S04. eeerlflce $6PS0.Lot .

Tract O. Tract P. ana) Tract Q; ,4M4 GENERAL changed toA toLl Day, Blvd Ml f 42IS SERVICE STATIONS CO. etc then see us about allowing eera. Collier County Reel Ea.
City of Evergledea: aa oar plat Paragraph III such' casts toward your down late Ml' DM. Open. Sundays 14 e 17th A... S.. Aejuo.lane .

recorded In Plot Book S. PageeII reed.outlet boxes inalallad. .in Drodie, Drogllno payment on 0 Raw home 1 waterfront. coat $7 SCO-

4 M. feeing Collier within County area RecardEPloperty knewr: the City receptacles must be grounded must beof RUBBER STAMPS AlL CREDIT CARDS one Dollar Work. WILLIAM B. STONE INC SOMETHING DIFFERENT 'N .",.''i.. 14,210. .

aa the Airport Tract. City of Everglodea .nd all Alrooro ltd Ml 2..123 P.ebldare ACREAGE
ng the greund 10 Tenth SI North sara tricta located.
All. firms corporationemay All laht. outirti m kathroomaand Honored At a 5JIM'S li.et on. mne brains 145' 41 Lot 33. Banyor. II,,". High
persons or and be atcher. or where they 'ACHT gOKRACiE For rent or sale Two bedroom Drive. on M Isle, property with lot overlooking. Cull. Socd
present themselves ... be reached from masonry CALL THE NEWS FOR SUNOCO house. on aanal 120 14th your owa
h..rd. floors or grounded surface Ave South. lee your broker Maine oar end ampere it lie. of U.t5O.VINCE .
Please govern yourselves according wail' switch controlled RUBBER STAMPS 1 Campteta Naples Listings Sal HCll any whorl Only III
be
must I lifetime Mufflers owe i full price |7M. For
Iy.
Fine Inkoard Posts Frem 39'sea ..
rcUI
SEAL CONBOY
Prhit'sngThat's loiermatw
ATTEST: ( I GIDEON Com Martn Ml I)7i; farther oontaelg. :
B I. GIDEON CI.... / Fla. Irunk Smith Chris Craft Salea home. t bedroom. I both T, Jonas EMerprloee. Ine ,
Rtfs
Naples 51 AVI.
City Clerk StIR Top e Near beech '7"t..oll course' By Midway } SMI P. ft. Boa I'): Perkwep
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ltt July 1 1.* I 1/21 4 lf\ MI 1.1741Sunday
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. July,| b, ml
Ion, 10: ,. .11, 32 33, :14 and 35,, See 23, Twp 50, Rite 26/ $1,000. Marlon W. Scothorn. Columbus,
Marco Deals Push County RealtyTo I.akewood Park, $9,300. Henry and Sara Gilbert to i Ohio, parcels In Ser, 29 Twp
Colding Guest Appeals AgendaThe Robert L. Hill Coral Gables, 52. Rge 83, 3,000; Florida Sun.
COUNTYConners parcel In Sec 30, Twp 50, RgWinter'e shine Acreage, Inc., to John
Zoning Board of Appeal Vanderbilt Beach Estates 31, $2,500; Rose M. and Armando Anlcito Living
Speaker Tuesday' will meet at 9:30 a.m. July 7 Month Yet Inc., to Joseph and Li to Thomas J, and Rosa C Wil. ston, N J., parcel In See 30,
to consider the following agenda Biggest $6,468,000 Belle F Garland, Naples, par son, et al, Naples, parcel i in Twp &2, Rge 31, $1,300.; FlorIda -
In East NaplesCounty 1 APPEAL NO. 117 From eel in See 82, Twp 48, Rj 25,, Sec 16, Twp 51 1. Rge 27. $1.800; Sun Acres, Inc., to John
Rutenberg Construction Co. For and Genevieve M. $48.500; Camella Corp, to Edward Florida Sunshine Acreage, Inc., A. Schira, Jr., Merritt Island,
Tax Assessor Sam I rear.yard variance of ap. (Continued from page 1) ) Lot 243, Larson, Na.pies Naples Park, 1000. L Connolly. Tr. parcel 1 to Comer Y. Thompson, Glen Fla., parcel In Sec 6, Twp 53.
No.2,
Coldlrig Is scheduled to speak, proximately 10' 6" for construe. and Bctrnadett M. Tan oil, Chi Capri. $2.000 Isles of M. H. Davis Properties, Inc., In Sec 20, Twp 51, Rge 27, $30. Burnie, Md., parcel in Sec 20,, Rge 34, $1,900; Paolita Station
at Tuesday's of the tlon of covered boat slip at Lot rags/ Lot 174, No., 2. Isles of Shorn, Inc., ; Little Hickory to Hariy I. and Elsie G. Darr, 000: C M. and Mary P. Chris- Twp 51, Rge 33, $3,400; Floe Estates, Inc., to Edward H.
meeting Eli i t to Anne M.
Naples Civic 5, Block 11, Aqualane ShoresNo. Capri 13,000; Albert J. and ander Alex. Wilmington. Del., Lot 19, Blk tlan to Hazel P. Griffin,, Na- Ida Sunshine Acreage, Inc., to McMillian, Miami, parcel In Sec
subject which Association on a 6 (1922 Fifth Street South) Hilda Tatu to John and Edna Blk F, Wsusau Replat Unit Wl c., Lot 9, 76, Unit rt, Naples Park, $1,000, plea, parcel in Sec 36, Twp 46, Leonard Jacobs, Fords, N. J., 31, Twp 53, Rge 34, $4,100.HAYWIRE .
Association PreSident 2 APPEAL No. lilt From M. Ippcn !Naples: Lot 66, No. Hickory Shorts 3, Little. Tamiaml Heights, Inc. to Ben Re 28 $1.200; Collier Dev parcel In Sec 20 Twp {1, Rge ---
bed William Edwards desert Mr. and Mrs. George M. Oa!!. 1, Met of Capri, 18,000; Me. M Smith, $10,000; Madelfne C. and Edith L. Whitehead, Na- Corp., to William L. and Wil- 38 1.300; Florida Sunshine
as "close to everybody's Re side.yard variance of 10 Beth and Gladys Johnson to Lillian to Faber and plea Lot 0&&. Blk C. South Tam lone T. Duncan, Naples. Parcel Acreage, Inc.. to Nathan Lie.
Hair
pocketbook." feet lor proposed residence at Ray and Janice II, Smith, Ns> and , Naples, Lots 32 iami Heights Sub'd, 1,000, in Sec S3. Twp 46& Rge 29. berlin, Chicago parcel In Sec MIAMI (AP) A truck loaded
43& Blk with
Colding win speak on the FlorIda IDtl, Avenue, South, between 1st pies, Lot 21, Blk! A, Unit 1, Park, $1,000 24, Unit 2, Naples Tamiaml Heights. Inc., to (Harold $6,100; C. P Gauldlnjr to Harry 19. Twp 51, Rge 34, $1:100: ; hay the lumbered up the wrong
Homestead Exemption Law. Street, South am Gordon Drive Myrtle Cove Acres, 9300. Inc., ; Mango Growers, and :Mae Mans, Lakeland W. and Grace I I. Fisher Miami Florida Sunshine Acreage to ramp at end of Miami's Alr-
. to Murl N.
The meeting will be held In Trill Developers, Inc, to J. Stuck Jr. and Marjorie Lou 3 and 4&, Blk F, South paictl In Sec 15, Twp 48, August F. Szctrpaniki, II un)'. port into cupreaaway and blundered
the auditorium of the Shadow- RIREW rDURDRIVER'S Deity Jeanne Chlebda Rubin. Mich., Lou 24&, 25 Harper and Woods, Tamiaml Height, $2.000.: Frank Ret 30. $2.000: ; Seagrape Cot p.. III., parcel In Sec 19 Twp 51, In oncoming an traffic:
26 amazing
lawn Elementary School on Sha- tam, Shaker Height, Ohio, 12 Blk Knioni to We-At. Inc. Naples to Frascn, Inc. Naples, parcelin Rile 34. 11300. display of un-
Naples Manor der.iandmg.
dowlawn Avenue. It will start LICENSE !, .1DuRINC lots in and 17, Blk 6, Naples Antoinette Guarino Lakes, $1,900; lot HI I. Blk D, Lake Park $12- See 1. Twp 49. Rg 25, $I9,- Tropic Sun Estates, Inc., to drivers the bottlenecked
at 8 rauR Manor Annex, 1400.. Albert to Michael :00, E. H. Frank, et al. tll+ 500; Claude A. and Alice Hunt. Joseph M Dicento Chicago, patiently waited withouteven
A .
p.m. Guanno
( Belleville, a toot of
Colding has been asked to speakon BIRTH MDN1N J. and Hilda Tatu to" Carl E. Lot 29 and 30. Blk Unit N J. Board "f Public Instruction Cvt,I. ci t; Ji+"hn R'end Cainette R parcel in Sec 33: Twp 52 Rge trucker made a U-turn a horn while the
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4 and
the law because of Sarasota's --- -.- 53y--- ter County, part Lot( 29. all t Galun Everglade* parcel In ::12, $1,000; 29-52-33 Corp., to 1\ left, quick-

pending legislation to shift the r
$5,000 homestead exemption upward 4t down produce lane
,
requiring allproperty owners -
to pay tax on the first $2.
000 assessed value Edwards e I a Sweet Thompson Seed leuGRAPES

said.The 1,
public Is Invited to the
meeting, and refreshments will FLAVORf +r
be served CLUB

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Seven U.S. Special Forces men .
)ted their mangled units to safe. '
WITH !
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tog Communist onslaught against 1 !ElltS 53.00 01
their camp In central South '.9t 'URCHAS p! Tomato Juice
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with the wounded until the ,
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Krong, 30 northwest of Kontum
and two Americans were wound.
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1 a.m on America's Independ.enre .
Day. Sunshine Whole
The wounded were carried to
safety along a river bank In White Potatoes
deep jungle while a rear guard

held the Communist Viet Congat ,..., .
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The Viet Cong finally HELLMA. 303 lOc
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can sources said. They burned
and looted equipment and carried OO7'H"Q.se
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off several weapons. V
"We know that this sort of at.
Uk can come at any time, but Beechnut Strained;
that doesn't cushion the blow
when It does come," an Amerl. Baby Foods
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camp were on pa.
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x companies with seven Amerl. SAVE 30eLOWSUDS
cans were hit hard. 8 os. 39 REG. I9e
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BY SAM ENGLAND SECTION B S m'' Jill 3. 1961Insurance
\
There have been many changes -

In the Naples Fire Depart '.
ment since 1948 when Fire Give
Agents "
Chief Pearlle Rlner became

the first paid fireman at a salary t.1


is The keeping of Fire$4 per pace Department month.with the growth buildIng $$900 To Fire Department ,..........,


boom Naples proudly boasts O,
each year. The Collier County Associationof who manage to arrive before
The addition to the fire house I Insurance Agents Monday pre. the siren stops walling!!
completed and adding tented to the City of Naples a "Chief Rlner is constantly
recently feet of floor check for $900 as a contribution striving to Improve the quality v 1 MIv
about 2,500 square e
to the comfort and well being ol of fire protection in Naples, not
new office, a
space provides a the Naples Fire Department only! as to equipment, but In
radio or control room, a day "The check paid for the In. maintaining a c, mi ,mous train
room for monthly meetings and sUllatlon ot a complete heating!: ing program in -Much all mem.
training classes, a kitchenetteand and air-conditioning system for hers of the department participate
sleeping quarters for night the benefit of the Fire Depart. ," Kine declu: cd.
firemen. mend personnel and Is one of
Three "pumper" trucks and the many ways in which this

an emergency vehicle make up group of independent agents con. .
the rolling stock of the depart tributes to the community" said
I P.4ti "
Leonard King president of the ,
ment. A "snorkel" truck, agents' association. 1\, :
with elevator equipment to go -5 During the past few years the
up 75 feet Is a piece of equip- City, under Chief G. P. Riner, w Headquarters, Naples Fire Department I
ment on needed list". The { a 1II has been gradually Improvlngthe
tall buildings going up on the fire protection facilities of Naples
Gulf and others planned for Including the permanent Blasts On Fire

Fifth Avenue, South, make Boss man Chief Pearlie RinerRiner's staffing of the fire station on Siren Indicate *
such equipment a necessity a 24-hour basil, with two mem
Rlner feels ben of the fir. department Spot Of TroubleThe
when As a result said King and re
In comparison to 1946
MemoriesGo gardless of when a call la received Four Corners separates
Chief Riner was the only paid at least two well-train. the city Into quarters. Blasts on Got A Fire?
fireman there are now six td and capable firemen are tm. the fire whistle tell firemen. police .
men on the payroll, and there mediately available, plus two and others the location of the
are 17 volunteers who assistIn Back Long WayFire equally well-trained volunteers.Waggoner fire.

protecting property.Two One.long and I..hrt signals Call Ml 2-7111
men are on duty at night -- fire Is In the southwest section o f
at the station, and three In the Chief Pearlle Riner Chief Riner recalls one fire the <-ily. Other signal fret NW.
day time. Each man works a can roll back time to 1941 which for short Interval caused IJong Z .shorts; NE .1.lane.
24-hour shift--off 24--but puts when he first became a mem- the department to sit on 3 shorts; and SE Mong and 4.

In an 84-hour week. In addition ber of the Naples Fire Depart- "pins and needles" He des- ChesserAssistant shorts. *
Firemen know a fire hydrant
they are subject to callat ment as a volunteer. Cale cribed It as follows
Chief Clyde M.Ches. painted a reflecting yellow Indl.
anytime when not on regu- Jones was then both the Police "A skillet of grease caughton
In.
ser was a volunteer fireman back cater a water line under six
lar duty.In and Fire Chief. fire in a residence. The as far as 1946 and In the point ch... A white one Indicates a six
1963 the department fought The year 1946 was a big one man tried to get the blazing of service Is one of the oldest Inch or larger water line
192 fires. Other duties? Inspection In Rlner's career as a fire- container out of the house, but firemen on the force

tours for residents and man when he was made assis- as he passed the telephone a In November, 1959, he becamea COAST SATIRE Cheek With U
city owned equipment and pro- tant chief under Jones. portion spilled over and set the I i paid fireman and was assigned
petty; checking extinguish- Not long after this, he became rug afire under the telephone.But .. : .' night duty at the station. He as. NI-W MWk": VIM A Nest
ers, refilling when necessary the first paid fireman, a call went In to the fire sumed full time duties In Sept. Coast l specimen' ill( hrush iopn.nl.
painting fire hydrants accord- on a part time basis at a salary station and before the excited ember, 1960. satire in being brought. III 110.1.loa" ./WHAT'S NEW IN EROOKSIDE? Well, here's
In addition to the ..xperl.nr.ialn.d \ n.!"tl autumn hv PnshlcerArthur
Ing to a code and maintain- of $4 per month. His individual could give his address "t over many years with the Cant.e, He pnrln.ip.ituJ' in a three bedroom, two bath Harbor Lane house In

ing equlpitient. first pay raise reached $7 per the fire blazed up too hot department, Chesser has attend .the iirrivil herr .rverlll! nin.nshark Immaculate condition that can be bought for
month, then soared with a $l! to continue the conversation Ai, ed the Florida State Fire College
of the youthful Sciimd Cilgroup ti
SAVES MONEY per month raise In the third "The line was open and we In Ocala two terms and taken ill( Chii. u o II n.. who" only $2,340 cash above a mortgage of $14,560.
i J
Continued Improvements In salary boost. could hear the fire burning but three separate courses of In. pumvi'iid ihi' imptoviMiiiomilumpoim Located on a sea walled canal, this year old
the department not only gives Today Rlner, as chief of the had no Idea where to go. A structlon given at the local eta lad.I residence also contains a carpeted living room,
better protection of property departments, works on a part few minutes later a call came tlon by Instructors from the col.lei' The show IH, pill on tn, ..IhcCturmiHtei and electric kitchen.
but serves to reduce Insurance time basis but admits he spends from a neighbor and we were -. a gi.tup of MX per dining room Draperies
rates for property owne rs. The most of his time at the fire- off." Chesser spent two years In the 'I.Miners' and U iimsii' urn throughout are Included; there are two reverse

present aim, according toChlefRlner house. Fireman John Waggoner has 76th Infantry Division and the 3rd cycle air conditioners and heaters, plus a num
,.Chemical;: Motor Batalllon,dllr g
Js to Beta Class 7 finer first came to CollierTSumyfo been a member of the department'World' War It. He spent" tilDe 4n ber of special features; Inside and out that make
warrant" 1935 and flve'd months Na.tiles .
rating which will at for eight coming to
Germany during the war years
smaller Insurance premiums. Ochopee. He moved to NaplesIn from Sarasota. lie has been a resident of Na. NAPLESBUSINESS this an attractive buy.

"Such a rating will save Neapolitans 1939 and lives presently on He Itrv.dtwoyean In the arm. pies since 1926, married here, /
CHARMING MODERN HOME South Golf
ed services part of the time In on
Coodlette Road. The Riners
between $18,000 and and the Cheasers have two child.
$25,000 per year In Insurance have one son. Randy. taken training additional as a fireman from He has the r.n. a son and a daughter. Last Drive vls-a-vit the golf course. There are three

premiums" said Chief finer Recapturing past experiences tr ;, !State Fire College training In Ocala spring they gained another con bedrooms with a walk-in dressing room off themaster's
Underwriter's have as a rtre man overthe and daughter. In a double wedding
Inspectors years
baths commodious living
He Is married and has two domain two a
been In Naples made recom- brings a chuckle from the chief, children, a boy and girl ceremony the son married MissBetty SERVICEPAYROLLS
mendations for Improvement. but also includes, some sad Jo Pruitt, and Nancy Joyce room and entrance hall, a I"ge.acreen porch

Rlner said all requirementshave memories. lie hopes destruc- became Mrs. Lloyd Harold Park. facing south and a splendidly appointed kitchen.
.
been met and Inspectorsare tive fires such as those exper- NEA er The house is centrally heated and air condi-

due back for a final check. ienced In years past by Naples Adopts New RECORDS tioned and has generous closet and storage
Two Will Conduct
The "snorkel" truck with Supply and Outboard Marina
lift equipment will be neededto never occur again. On two occasions Rights ProgramSEATTLE Baptist ServicesIn TAXES space. A nifty fob In anybody's slanguage, thisis

keep pace with the tall buildings there has been a loss priced at $32,750.

starting to dot the sky- of life caused by fire. Wash. (AP- et. the absence of Rev RobertF. AND V'A
line of Naples. The 75-foot In a lighter vein, he recalls egates to the annual conventionof Martin of the First Baptist PLACE TO DOTE ON Is the beautifully

elevator will put firemen up time the department was call- the National Education Also. Church of Naples, there will be 100KKIIPlNGSYSTEMS furnished apartment In the Kona Kai on Crayton

the needed height for rescue ed out to retrieve a duck which elation broke camp yesterday two other ministers to lead the Road. The furnishings are decorator Items costIng -
purposes and fire-fighting. had fallen Into a chimney. "Get after adopting the strongest civil Sunday services.
The Naples Fire Departmenthas ting cats out of trees Is routine rights program in the associa Rev David Ranaker pastor approximately $10,000, and many of them
a working agreement with ," he adds. HardestyFireman tion's 107.year history of the First Baptist Church of "'-ft' can't be duplicated. Comprising two bedroomsand
The NEA's Representative As. Union Springs Ala. will lead
,
both North and East Naples Fire MI'.SlnIU two baths, this second floor apartment Is,
embly
by an overwhelmingvoice the morning senrtces. In the
Departments and the Collier Harold Hardest/ hat vote Friday, ordered all. evening, Rev. Ernest Harvey and desirably located, and offers a fine view of the
County Fire Control Unit. been a member of the flre.flrhtlnr white affiliates in 11 Southern his wife Jan, who Just returned Fifth Areas. Bear Gulf through Lowdermilk Park It Is centrally
The department holds fire crew a little more than a year Mates to take prompt action to. from Brazil will tell of their
drills for both paid and volunteer He received training as a fire ward desegregation experiences and work there. M.,'". Florid heated and air conditioned. Except for a small

firemen the second Mon- fighter In the armed..rvlc.und Southern delegates blocked, list of personal Items, everything Is Included In
day each month, and annually has taken additional Instruction however, a resolution which the realistic
the men are students In afire given by the State Fire Collegeto would have had the NEA chal. purchase price.
school the State qualify! him as an experienced lenge in the courts any state or
taught by
Fire fireman. local laws which would prevent BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
College faculty. Hardesty Is married and has'desegregation of the affiliates. Dress anil Drapery Fabric
three children, one boy and two The assembly said that by .lEAST ON THE TRAIL the Coral) Sands Motel
girls July 1, 1966, racial restrictions Not to**
on membership must be re. and Restaurant offers seven motel units each

Christian Science moved from constitutions and Quilted Bed pre.deAltentiess completely furnished, air conditioned and heated :

'.' ,, \ jy.laws 1 and plans for complete and with tile bath. The restaurant seats 25 and
I integration must be presented.If .
j twe :."i, Broadcasts Tonight the affiliates fall to heed ... ..., ITIITCH.brie. , ilr.tchitnlmt Is also completely furnished electric and gas
. ,
.d tttwt knits .p.cl.lly
,A Christian Science message the i I two-year deadline, the Ex. .nln' far .a.rt.w>*r. ranges, electric: refrigerator cooking utensils,
entitled "Man's Inalienable 'I icutlv Committee may take
etc Owner selling for reasons of health,
ia Rights" will be broadcast todayby 1 such action as It deems necea.vary. .
the CBS radio network on Its 1 This could be In the form $10,000 cash will put you In business, with

weekly "Church of the Air"pro- :of lion[/ censure of the,time expulsion limit.or exten. The Fabric; Mart balance of the $45,000 purchase price In the

gram.Localbroadcastoftheprograrn. Of the three steps, expulsion form of a first mortgage at 6%.

|I I. the least 'Ikely.
DeLineFireman /TWO
Is scheduled for 9:05 p.m., Sunday The NEA Itself Is wholly in. 690 Fifth Ave, S.. MI 2-3334 < FRAME HOUSES on Clarke Street, East

Gene DeLine has been I over Station WKAT 1360 ::grated.. It has four Negroes on Naples, both now rented. Each house has two
with the department two years,, Kilocycles I ts Board of Directors Another,
bedrooms and baths, an electrically equipped
and hu taken three Bourses ol The speaker will be Harry !I Libby Koontz of Salisbury, N.C.,
training at the Florida State Fir. S. Smith representing The First'I I. president-elect of the assocla. kitchen and is furnished. They are situated one

College Church of Christ Scientist, In Ion's! Department of Classroom large lot. Priced at $9,500, this property can
He ls married has two child. Teachers,
,
ren, one boy and one girl. He Boston. be bought for half In cash with the balance

cam to Naples from Westmont, I payable over three years at 6% Interest,
El. II
JonesFireman >/WITH US ABOUT OTHER HOMES AND

The Afencx With Personal Service: APARTMENTS, ABOUT OUR FINE SELECTION OP
1st Class James L. EPITOME OF FRUGALITY
Jones is a native Neapolitan rtid OLASG .t.Iont. (API Bells ; I HOMESITES AND OTHER DESIRABLE PROPER-
Joined the fire department forceIn clanged Siren sounded. Fire I IA ; TIES IN NAPLES ACC COLLIER COUNTY. IN
I960. He Is married and has men from three truck curried !1i1tIIL -
PACT IF IT CONCERNS ANY TYPI OP REAL
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two children, two boys. bout until th* fa* was shut off dependable agwwy, r .
He received special training flaming dryer at a cOln-<>po isle for prouctu T.t yw ESTATE SEE ;
family, .hem and butt_
during his\ two.year stint la the crated laundry.
In has at. all the confusion a again *. ry kaurebl threat
Navy firefighting, Through
of 1 lose through e planned pro /ld 'i1tttteIe
tended the Florida State Fire fruialhouMwifemethodicslly put trim of protection guaranteed "
College one term, had nine weeks her laundry through an ironer.. by eompania of wque boned With On. of Our
of Instruction In the Miami Fir. "I put my coins in the ironer financial ttrangth. 1
College, and has taken two before the fire started and 1 Home Improvement LoansFor '4 '4"R;? s:
course given at th* local sta. wanted to aet my mone,'*worth,"
tlon by the State Fir College. she told Fir Chief Jim Kruiich,
who asked why she stayed need GO FIRST to
The Smithsonian Institution through all the fuss your every banking 305 5th Av. South I)

new Muaeum of History and When the trucks' returned to the lISIUIIt Uhf!. lu. FIRST NATIONAL DANK MI 2.2124"NAPLES
Technology has the original StarSpanaied station the unidentified woman _

Banner on display. was still doing her Ironing. lfC esa s" 10._.. ..... of NAPLESFederal SELLS ITSELF LET AD

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WASHINGTON (AP) Roy, better than a "climate of chip.
Wilkins, executive secretary of oMhe.shoulder approach."
the NAACP, today hailed the He urged white Americans to
civil rtfhta bill as a "good bill, exercise voluntary compliance,
a comprehensive bill, a useful and asked "forbearance and k tf
bill," but warned It will nbt understandln," from Negroes.

top demonstrations WASHINGTON (AP) The i
"The people will be marching Navy's chief oceanographer

le} the streets and picketing and Rear Adm. Edward C. Stephan, t 1_ 0
protesting as they were before says that in about a year Amer. ". t
the bill was passed," the Negro ican divers will submerge 400
wader said In a radio inter. feet to the floor of the contlnen. ,"'
ylew for the Voice of America. tal shelf, the lOWathom curve ra j jt
Wilkins said the NAACP is that drops off the major landmasses
trying to create a "dim at* of of the world +

compliance" which, he said, Is And Stephan also! said Friday ,; a
that diver Jon Lindbergh and '., ;;
Rob. r t Stenult'a successful ',;1' :.
campout 423 feet down on the ft" '

HEALTH ocean Great floor Stirrup live miles Cay in northwestof the Bahamas 'It't'>: ter' ,

opens the way to the
-S Vf manned exploration and exploitation k .
Torres = of submerged regions. ,;4'
\ WASHINGTON (AP)-James .. '" "
S. Killen, 56, former U.s for.
el pi aid director in South Korea .. I G H FLYING I S T A RT Dick Kelly of W.lla WalU Wagon Wheelers 'leaps
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Your A S.r.i.Loril.of Your Medical,Doctor:Socittr of Vf.dldni and the, has been named director of for s fast getaway during pony express race at the Sheriffs Posse Convention H
Florida Medical, Aitociatioa. the U.S. Economic Assistance r iNEA Walla. Wash Kelly high flying tactics helped him win the mount-changing event.
HOBBIES CANCONTRIBUTE program in South Viet Nam. PUSHED INTO MARRIAGE-A broken leg from a Softball mishap didnt
ding of Ronald Bates to Celine Berry In Greenwood Ind. It went on as
PET DOCTORBy two days after the accident. The groom however in addition to all A
A man with a hobby sometime ments, wore a wheel chair Way "
: turns out to be a public A.W. M.II.r, D.V.M. w i:
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benefactor Such a man was : Y<'. I
'Dr William Withering, a country fF
doctor practicing almost ( '\>
:200 year ago in Shropshire, Travel! f t te
and ardent botanist e% "
.England, an "
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Noticing that a "secret" con- -" eg9Aa
Icoctlon used by an old woman
In the community was relieving 4o: .Mss A14Ry gt tk
:case of dropsy, h* observed .
:that the strange brew contained a
'foxglove, a common perennial Ju-
grown for Its attractive tubular -
flowers Shortly after, h* bo-
can using a tea brewed from
foxglove in treating patient .J "
(with edema and ascites. symptoms f I ... ........
of heart failure Although Af 4' dtv
jpr. Withering probably did not 4 .. .....
lundentand why the drug acted a, ff1
tag it did h* confirmed that ithad i(
( a value in treating disease ov '
tof the heart ..
Beciiis the flower of the ,-.
foxglove resembled a finger Q. Which Is the moat Intelli. F Y :
!the drug it contained cam to gent animal In the too? Conrad ,
be called digitalis after the Kuiler. Moline III.
Latin digitus or finger. Digitalis A. A lot of prlmntt ore being '
elevate blood pressure.Increases ,.:::4"
conducted on the Intelligence of the
the period of the
heart'* contraction, and act porpolie, but. 01 yl nothing conclwilv
as a heart tonic and diuretic.It hoi been e.tobllihed I doubt hot the 4
: is today probably the most Intelligence ot the porpoise equal that ;
failure.Dr.valuable. of an drugs for heart of the chimpanzee my candidate (forth

- Withering' interest Inotanr.c'tindoubtedly *'*ggha aided him leorn to ride ponies dote, ploy
Ingredient pianos, and even I* talk. I have in HOLDING I I ITS 0 W N Th. Cienhower! upr.llwylll Chicago tee i
f atthi.trt 20 In the them hol out of e cannon, walk e tight- grandfather's time In a Model' T Ford, vintage circa "*'4. The antique auto I S T L I N G UP THE WIN I D' Coed Patti Ann Calvin hold up her para

Old woman's brew that worked fop, lump through lire, and ride motorcydei part with ether oldtlmtrs, In s 50th anniversary ee'tbratlon Good Roads as she participate: In Oshkosh State College inner tube race on the Fox river I
/*o improve heart action. It
{was not difficult, h* wrote for Their memory It fontaitlc.On .
| medical man conversant with *chimp to which I gave e that eight I:."': : 'r.'Q. Jils and
1 I' - Jting grandparents, .
.
*'* T :IkI'aTftwaetmelbr!Y'h'tTe"kd cut .v.rall8nll
fictive -td'perwtws*that;rywrir-aSe r*<*nrly1ow m* agoHtlollh / u ajid I i brush, with ,milk : ., . ... .... '" ... . .. Itfri.Jlai 1.Thompson. *
I herb could be no I lint time line thee and rmn4 : medium peaches: pared
The revival the Church of
*Other In investigating than foxglove the content brdm*. Show chimps goonthHog* 1 Urge sliced: rip banana, fluted and utes(425 degrees or until) 2.2123'V r God has ended,at and Mrs. Addle

of s rural remedy, Dr. Withering when about three yeorl of og*. Altr ; sliced enough to allow ARCNEW( Owen has returned to her home
'Isolated the drug;; that they are seven, my become too dlHl. JFUN Juice of 11 large orange (1/3 cup) somewhat before I J BY DIANE BOWERS in Pla lda, Fla.

has been prolonging live cull to work with end retire from the Prepare and mix together all ._ ..... ,. Mrs. Luella Doxsee, daughter
.. .
throughout the world bright. llghri of show builntu. "' 't ) ":." '.' 0 eta
the ingredient shortly before
MOw"STO"eAS Kris Doxsee and
_n ___ ________. ___ -- ------- --------- a, CICxv r..d Id'.. serving, chill Makes 6 serving. PORCH PICNIC lot of activity go- Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Jones Nancy Debbie, Lucille Thompson daughter ,
the G &; G Mer- and son, from Miami, caught
and Lois Walker made a business
Here'* one of now. The sea five snook the
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK LADIES LUNCH largest welghlng trip to Miami this week.
SUMMER SUPPERNo ing leftover taken down, and 15 pounds. past
OFFICESUPPUFC Earl Cameron Is home recuperating -
DUNBARS Orange juice take the placeof are being cut out. C.M. Kenneday, Edward H.
lnftJ sugar In this seasonal fruit extra flavoring goes Into Cold Cut be open for the Kinsey, Lewis L.KennedayC.T. from surgery. It Is good
to Earl and Dot back home
Potato Salad see
cup. this pie so the rill blueberry fan Lowery, Hugh Buford, Dick
f rand newl All metal $p, up. I will b* for ItlO1.rcoalbroiled! Cupcakes has returned to Bunch, Don Smith, and H. Bres- Mrs. Nate Hunt left Marco

Bum Proof. Mottle Top Dask t Lobster Rolls Potato Chips to spend some time hurde from Winter Garden, and Thursday morning on her way to
Const Ch..s* and Relish Trey : Hamburgers on Boynton Beach to visit relatives.
BUSINESS MACHINES HALES, REPAIRS Toasted Buns with 6 hard-cooked home. Bill DaM from Orlando, all hereat
Fruit Cup Frances: Mrs. Hunt says that she will
AND RENTALS FREE PROMPT Iced Beverage Pickle Relish 1/4 cup c:h 1Ie\ Is a busy place Marco together for snook fish most about
probably return Sep-
Sauce with all motel units ing, have been luck
DELIVERY SERVICE Lettuce: Tomato, Scallion Salad having good tember, after her baby Is born.
MI '-205J Plain Pie ale Mod 1 teaspoon min People are here catching fish weighing around
W Slh AT. $. FRUIT CUP FRANCES )plueberry Al Isenhoff, who Is working
1 cup pitted sweet cherries 3 tablespoons : that are biting 20 pounds.Mr. with Mackle
PLAIN BLUEBERRY PIE per present time. Mr. andCompanylsnowliving :
.
2 t.blupoonoquik-cookin, Lemon juice: and and family, and and Mrs. Henry Stockmanand on a beautiful sailboat that

tapioca: Salad green and Schantz and son, family have returned home is docked at Captain's Landing.Mr. .
3/4 cup: sugar Halve eggs have been having after spending three weeks at Isenhoff has lived on his
1/8 teaspoon salt move and mash are catching their the Islander. boat for many years and will

THE I quart large fresh blueberries landaise, chives and Mrs. Rene The Tommie B rfleld School continue to live there while he
Pastry for 2-crust 9-mch pie lemon juice: and two snook wel h- looks very nice after the fresh works on the Island.
1 tablespoon butter or margarine white cavltiuwith Fishing from Captain's Land-
of It has
new
coat paint Just
and 13
Milk ,ture; ruffle with pounds,,
ing was Mr. C.L. Bennett Kis-
received.
In a medium mixing bowl stir on salad greens son of Dr. and
together thoroughly the tapioca, Simon, who are va- Keith Thompson son of Mr. slmmee, Florida.
iq. Ctifl'ImGMd. sugar and alt. Add blueberues Cooling the Islander, caught and Mrs. Jackie Thompson, has
and mix gently. Turn into pastry speedy fashion spent a week In Everglades vis-

lined 9-inch: pie plate, add blueberry the formation of a ,: ," ".AI< p. aJY Although the Electoral College
mixture; dot with butter. the point where ( ""tW: will meet Dee 14 this year to

Co r ,Cr !uI, Top with pastry, flute and seal; the white. u ', cast ballots for President, the

Y results will not be officially

tabulated until Jan 5, I96S, at

{ a joint session of Congress.By .

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r I of straight whiskey was
Lodge 19 units and a swimming po.:>I
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Course in Excellent gun
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Want a beautiful view across the
blue flame, it was considered
;; Naples from a large lot for little LIMIT Bacon Hale, :Neb Strickland, to be 100 per feat

& SWIMMING lot Is our favorite In Aqualane over Boggs. of Atlanta, Ga.. all had nice righl-the that flame it being SO the
proof was percent
fish and their limit.
on the bay Listed at $10,000.IMPERIAL this week caught alcohol.
and Strickland, all fished out of The same proportion
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each. Brehms Atlantic I UM 1. 2 and ;shields 559-19b. Jim Quigley Sunday. July Ii, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3B

.6 EGLEB'SORNER Conditioned Air 16. registered a 19 8 .Dingle Duane I all have games of 162.NflXED ten Henaon fired a 524-184, Sue

PINE LANES Dunham 194, Dill Stone Mark MAJOH-Top* for the Ttllman 503 .. 191. Marty Van-

By MARION SORKN5EN CO CTORSUadlng the Hanna 190. men was Carl Armbrust 642I I chura 483-178 and Mary JoClbbs

field was Gene Till man firing TV LtAOUEray:: HMOMrWM '201-230-211. For the fair sex 469. Bill Jones and Huble. Hart
a 629-230-220. chuck t I'ield and out front with a 4tt.169. It was Lll Miller with a 529- ,INCh recorded a 202 singleton

r. fae e eeea e.Ol D.;. Salmon each had a StOChuck Kay Hier came up with a 463- 193. Tex Kaverman shot a 608- .Jack Hatcher 197, Skip "

toning a 209 high and DJ. 213- 164. Sue Tlllinan listed game 202-213( !Lv Baldwin 888-223. 181, Lucille Lord 175. Ginny
- 200. Robertmltb had a 567- of 161160an: Letter Suaan ian I y Clouser 5842Z7.BudHaU,77 Panlplmo 167 Dot Donation 163-

217. 0,8 Osceola 561-ICS:::: L.V. Anderson and [t-ionnle \vTiltaker -.:l Red I ord 570-212. He- 168 and Ann Fuller 166.
i ''c is plenty of actlvit) Inv ed a lone 23:,.GII Sorensen 214. ,
,,ling world If one so de- John lull :iOate: Hunt 20?.

.i: i 0 it. The J.C. Bowie run* B. Ellers 206, Tex Ka\ermai
Tuiiiincnt. Tnmm Tuttle 201 and Mike Pike 200. Buck

ji, i ,Iou Mes Tourna- Buchanan had a 19$, C. Arnold OPEN
t. aril ,ihei cxciil g things 194, Don Chrsser 192 and Morris DAILY

t I: j,'>li\i, 01 II l l r,rooksioe Bowl. Canel O. Out of 28 pointS
I he Lanes there Is the Colorv thelixed Grocers have 21.

Tourn i iiem: Kazde Dazzle, Townsend Produce 19, Firebirds, 9:30 A.M. to 5 P.M.

weekend weeper, Bingo Bowl 17,imp's Texaco andGulf Coast
etc. Inquire at the lanes forfur- Motors 16 each. Standard Oil 800 BANYAN BLVD.
thcr information 14, Kv lk Chek 12. Yahl Bros _
\n officer's job in a league Is and Boat Haven 111/2:: each, :\a-

one of responsibility. As men pies I 1'"lIce-\ap: s FloorCo\'el'-

tioned before not enough thought Ing 11 each, Pauls Texaco e,. ,
PEEK,A-BOO TENT A member of a Welsh Regiment dem Is given to the selection and even- MIXED CLASSIC -- Starring ,
onstrates the new poncho-bivouac-cape: during an exhibition tual election of officers. Mille for the men was Paul Crlcken- . .
of infantry fire power in Warminster England Is he it I ii difficult sometimes to find berger blasting a 66J with gait' ,
I IN it or wearing ItT'V' the proper person to accept an es of 233-236-194. for the jj.il:

office the nominating committee It was Jerl Jerabek 521.194\' .
Radio should not be haphazard in its Harry Sauchelli shot a 574,1:aiCannady I
t e' choice of nominees. Neither 70-23,1.; Ed 1'u>C'CIlII::i I
should the league simply accept 56220ell: Van \\'yk il.-: :.: ,-,.
By CYNTHIA LOWKY wards fur tl.is wide variety of their suggestion and vote the slate Edna Simpson 516.1::ui, Mal
AP Televlston.Rartlo Writer activities the .
over ejrs-In.ludlnj
into office. Much should Armbrust 472 and l.uclllc i ord
NIW!: YORK (AP) Arlene '( a re,'ent h,,ii ot-.in do<'. thought
f'.Jtl"\s t Is a relaxed womanwl torate of humanities from be given to the qualificationsof 458. Jim Croak rccotdcu a
",se disciplined strength and American International CollegeIn the officers and objections to 219 loner Ralph I Leigh and Ike -
energy permit her to lead slmul.t Springfield, Mass their election should be voiced \Wolford 203, Fred ,hce 1':'t. .
, as the proverbial rat. and a well.loved one, But months later when it b l almost ton 191-190.Juanita .M nydcr> I.. i.
Miss Fran<'is appears weeklyon somewhere, she feels, she got too late to do anything Linda Sauchclll 174. the
CBS' perennial Sunday night off on the wrong road. About it. Strikes: and a Miss have won al
panel show, "What's My line?" "I started out with one goal," By the same token one should out of 91 points. Mark Ml,'iet
She conducts a daily radio Inter. she said "I wanted to be a I'tnhustcrs 48! :\o
491/2 I lap.
not accept an office for which : ,
view now on New York station serious actress I think tM the 46 Bowlers [ ..a13 T H HA
they do not feel they are quail- 4441/2. Dig
WOR, fills weekly spots on happiest five weeks of my pro.
of 1/U Guttennlpes 42 and Hook
NBC.Radio's "Monitor" and un fesslonal career were last fled The glory the title will (
tit recently was moderator of a spring when I took over the not overcome the criticism: if masters 381/2.
weekly discussion program on a Broadway lead of 'Chin Chin.' the jab is not taken care of pro- COUPLES'-The I Dorsclod I
radio network. She has filled In, Arlene strolled Into chow bust perly and to the best of their the league with a 1198. Vd: II
at times, for Dave Garroway, ness through the front gate. ability 'Nuff said came up with a 546-219. ('cite d
Jack Paar and Bill Cullen on Daughter of a well.known por. Many of the little items: are Dye produced a 5 l-196! to be the ) ..1
their television programs.She trait photographer, Aram Ka. written here by the request of headliner Ike Wolford' 546-190.
manages two homes-an eanjlan, an Armenian, and a bowlers. If you have a pet Mike Pike tossed a 215 single: ,
apartment in mid.town Man. mother of Engllsh.German de. gripe or what have you let's Mary Kline 157, norutrc I Kati-
hattan and a country place in scent, Arlene Francis Kazanjian know about it and we'll sec what sone 151, Lena Dorsey 14e" I nIp
We&trhpster County She Is the was born In Boston, grew up in
wife of successful actor Martin New York, where she went to can be done. Many thingsbrought : Ransonc was: the :iharp"hooterconverting
Gabel, and they have a son, the right private schools and out Into the open can the410. (From a possible
Peter, 17, who will enter liar. somewhere picked up a determination sometimes be resolved quicker 28 points the Pin Pluckers Beautifully Furnished Model
yard as a freshman next year. to become an actress than If they arc kept partially now havcl9Sandipuril7Dowl-
She Is a fine hostess and muchin "Radio came easily," she re hidden In the background.BROOKS1DE ers? 16l2.RaseaUPlnhcadil6each :
demand as a guest. calls. ''It wasn't exactly what I Mountaineers-Gutter Busters : -
She flies out to Hollywood or wanted, but It was a crutch that BOWL 14 each, Foulers 121/2,
Europe| occasionally to take a paid well-and I never slopped| GULF' SIIORES--Ev Baldwin Strikers-Jay Hawkers 12.HIJinx
part in a film: to Miami In working. And because it was was the star as he tossed a 588 11 and Sandbaggers. 8. ?ecLu4ve
August to be hostess at the successful, somehow I never using a 196 triplicate! Can't EARLY BLOOMERS --Cindy
finals of the "Miss Universe": could turn around anll back
go C.
top that one easily Dye Brlsson: led the way with a 498-
contest which CBS will "
beauty to take the other road.
came up with a 575-207 Fran- 190, Louise Wolford 475-174,
televise. Television tame along Just as
cis Hall 560-224, Buck Perry Robertson 452-168. Wanda
She'll spend more than a easily As one of the first panel. Patsy
month this summer starring In Ists on "What's my Line?" she 653-198. Ma rvln Le Mute rs: fl 1 r- Jones reached a lone 178, Mary

a summer theater production, of was a great hit with her quick Lanza and Terry Murnan 173, FIRST WITH MORE LIVING AREA
"Kind Sir," playing points as wit, Infectious laugh, smart She will drop anything whena Marie Weaver 161 and the 6-10, -
far west as Denver and as far clothes and hairdos. She has good part in the theater comes Ida Poycr 160 and the 3-9-10. FOR MONEY
east as liolyoke, Mass., and starred In other television shows along. She has appeared in 21 Justine Wakelee rolled a nice LESS
Westport, Conn. -but appeared rarely as an plays, starting with "))ough. 151,Mary Kline 150 Betty Brehm
She has had handsome re. actress girls" 148 and Ann Wyn 101. Sharpshooters -

: were Irene Bell with

the 2-7 and Irene Belavck who .........
I Pancake Recipe Not Found in Restaurants did it again, converted the 4-6. .. .1 .
tl'itST
With! a poaMDility'df'24'ponlti: BATH UtIL1TV L1ftGA
the Snap Dragons and Dandy Lions NOOK

: have 18eachCrecplngChlr- Icfl
By CECILY BROWNSTONE
Associated Press Food Editor lies 17, Bleeding Hearts 121/2 MASTER B.R fAMILY ROOM

Daffy Dlllles 12, Three Roses i If 0'. ,4 0 : ., 0 II .'
Amcrita'paasnin
NO HOl'IlT"boot il 'I
10.vCC'plng Illblscus 9, Shrink ib1
for puniakei im
and goes ing Violets and Crazy Daisies KITCHEN GARAGE j
on.
8 each Sandspurs 71/2. R, BATH I. .'0
Ameruans have loved griJJUtakes
LADIES COMr-IEHCIAL--
since tlabut ,
pioneer
Starring for the night was Elaine aa.aF _
only in rucnl years hue Iru
Sheldon she shot a 537-184. o'j
United Stalin had rislauranli- as: F
devoted to "nerving them Linda Sauchclll registered a 510- "
Now there'll even a ook hook 187, Ann DavU 494-183Glend; .

chock full of puniuki ,..,'IP<' Townsend 476-170 Rose Mor j

(with mime for wattles, fritters rison 469,Jean Hyder 461,Nancy
and omelets thrown in), It'>- Keen 457, Betty lloverman 456 LIVING ROOM.

"Puiuakeii Aplenty" hRuth and Agatha: Cleary 451. Mary B. R. 2 B. R. 3 --- II 0 "I.
Ellen Church and u appeared a \rmbrust: came up with a 176 111 .li ., .1..11 ., .
few years al.'". loner Mildred Eaton 174, Peggy i
And here conic a new pun,tiki Yahl 155 and Vlrglc: Hutto 154. [NTRY j

recipe, one we haxen'i yet found the Trail Cleaners: have taken Ls14,990
It'* -_-- -
in"
in a pancake restaurant
1 out of 28 points: torwin
old lonihinutioii "r bulk
-time Shells: 171/2 First ;National> Bank
pork ouimugc and! fresh i mi 111 i u
16 Tamlaml Motel-Ingrain Che
,
mad*-front'NiNitth b.ittn' \ Hh i
Nlaaawar .r vrolet 15 each keystone Howl
f
tried Ihs Si liuiU
we reupe -f'ubllx-nank of Naples 13 !
it product pancakes that were
100% FINANCING
heurty end not overly ruh Basic Trice With
A took who him un ill tin
griddle will find pim.ilu gn.it YOUR On Qualified} Lot

summer fare for hreakfaM lunch PHARMACIST -
brunch or Mix up thhatter ,
mipper. SPEAKS 7 0' LAZY SUSAN IN KITCHEN COR.
waltz haler and gi,,Ml U n amen
out to the porch ,'r pun, md' NER CABINET
bake the paiuuke lnl tl \\11\PIIJtll.BIU\'J1: I I i iI , Inil BY SUPERIOR FEATURES ARMSTRONG VINYL ASBESTOS

family gather around. II Should you try thin rmpi.. n .
member that ilea b,...l in ahu u k : M'LAIN TREMENDOUS BUYING STANDARD BATH
FIXTURES Contour tub wall
hung
torn and! ml U faro its i,")< i 11.1 i ) ,
before using \nd .itwi\i ufrigerate I II .i I''"''.' htk".,' "r',,,1. ..ct ..Ik- -IiFl I !'inc. ,1,1.1 t ilk nil POWER of US. Steel toilets over-size medicine, cabinets.
torn 11M *.v 11 .I- I, 1'.., I S'' ,... .' WALK IN CLOSET AND DRESSING
bring it home fawn "'.1,11.. i n I ''t', ... ,,.I' I, 1 !I" I J'I", .I '.1.' Home Division AREA in master bedroom
.h,' . .. ,
ordinary rwim k-mpiraliiri ,1- '
: ee,,', " Iup I II A tall havirlav(4plant BUILT,IN VANITY master bedroom
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in
,, ,
sugar in tin Iri, heri i ol i.wn H 1 I UIII
turn to it.Hi.h 1 ,,u d!..ii'i. ii,i uIn I I :' ,'iinl milk nlk" .pxrkk ,- ii -, , .' "... itq|, I 14 crop ;'," "'1 sllh vhlrh "bflUhapcdflovrri know as

|load thai s...t.,in, sv, ..|".. ..t.tI I .II ,I time, ii. .i i 1.1" .'.... (0,10" 0' digitali.< G E AIR CONDITIONING 8 SPACIOUS CLOSETS :
"I.! II' i Ii.II,'. Uli. U 1.11'1.' 1 l J. r' i. brought to medicine a curt AND Steel shelves and
I 'I''' i "'?111!l t u u t t ti I." HEATING hangers
( ORNMSI S\dl l Sill te,"h, I 11'lIr.I "'l'ikin! iq'. tlllll .1 I "1'>'" .ti, ."I1. for h>drop or, more com SYSTEMS Completely J
PVMKI> 'S , 1',1 Mi .it \1.. ." I :. monly, dropijr Thin bloat- ducted and insulated AMERICAN PROVINCIAL
It 1'.1'1',1.i
I t. I
, II' leg. saiery iickni had G E DISHWASHER CLOSET FOLDING DOORS J

----- -- lumped for rrnlyri medical. until the circle rur G E BUILT-IN STOVE AND OVEN CHOICE OF DECORATOR PAINT 1

alive posers of foxglove, Exhaust hood and fan COLORS For oil interiors.
of the same plant familyai FLUSH MAHOGANY DOORS
NOW nicotine and belladonna, t SCHEIRICH KITCHEN CABINETS
[ WASHINGTON FEDERAL ma. ducotrrrdDifltalii All birch, satin finish YALE AND TOWN HARDWARE

t FORMICA COUNTER TOPS One t DOUBLE DOOR MAIN ENTRANCEpiece

taro MAKES MORTGAGE LOANS ON knocked about has for ctMur II. tn post formed. LOUVERED WINDOW SHUTTERS

iTi Ira until it sea admitted
DELTA KITCHEN FAUCETSOflt

..a._._ -r"CO COIIm NAPLES and COLLIER COUNTY to posh the ID London 1:2. Thit I'harmaco belated

acceptance Sal hort.lived
mil A PROPERTIESleant however, and digitalii em .
leant on commercial l end rendtntiol barked Oil a ye.yo-Iihi et
IllltHfw litters which ass to continue .
c;" nocim nnono properieo-epodm.nt.-cooporotives- for many >ear with
10 rOUIIEQUIIE"ENTS.condomlni"ml leant for refinancing the pUnt in and out of (lJt, -
loan for land ocquitition and development favor for carious reanon O Ei ,
WIITI-rHOMI-.V1IIT .
Qua MOITOAOI LOAN Blf AITMIHt (
(\ ...'.....d Real E are Broker
"' 1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA In favor (.. hope) la !t\ .
"wv, the quirk, reliable "
JEfferson 88452WASHINGTON pre t 1 1T .i,
nrriptioii .en ire shish "e
1 w- maintain at N .\ P I. EK ., '. ASSOCIATES Mrs Colonel Barkau, Magnus Brinkman, Mrs Peggy Burnt,
PRESCRII'TIO:: % SHOP.
M keep pp with the lat ..dam"t. Mrs. Cudie Hoffman Arthur Caldwell and N:ck Wallirgford.
e + i1ii ,e. In the field : M, ,
I FEDERAL I I >f rfri I and aell!! N.isf f;\It'l acquatnled TELCPHONCMiO.WAY: ;, 3-3146 B63 rirrH AVENUE: : SOUTH
Dols ai N. 1-
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.' , Nevada Bets ONf Of OU. MOST COMMON OlKPS 0 BiRD i $ Corner

; ,' FOUND IN RURAL AREAS AMP I 'J pOflrj
f< ,.;:f: Its Gambling CITIES 0 F f:
,df ,;1( WOODLANDS THKUOl/T THE STATE fffOM I IPENSAC0LA
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TO KEY WEST 0 NOISY FLORIDAITS i

"',<# tr Against FairBy BOLD AND ALERT tol/.t' PROCLAIMS 'Ode To Boone'I
ITS PRESENCETN THC CALL
NOTE I ( '
:""y'; BILL STALL 'JAY, JAY" WHICH GIVEST ITS L tjuou Jll3oone. there'd: much to see.

RENO Nev. (AP) Nevada HAMS HEAD IS CRESTED 0 \\1' I/IOtOred/ through In sixty-three
Bend we saw Al Crowder
has a variety of natural tourist COLO ewe *HOV tGAYiSH Down through East
attractions snow-covered WHITE BELOW WHITE 7 y Then fished awhile in old Gunpowder..

'''','' mountains, blue lakes vast SPOTS ON WIMS$ AND "'"

desert and a bounty of ghost TAIL' BLACKMECKLACE / ' l A little town with historic tone
town. But It's a nonniturtl Lt..s below', its called Big Bone;
wonder no other state can bosst SIZE I'II There prehistorics are mired in muck

which: Is expected to keep the TO iz INCHES I Like politics in Old Kaintuck.
motets and hotels brimming again sexes l i
this summer: legal gambling. ALIKE i ,r6 had much fun.
____ i here I was born and
" -
u, Nevada tesort and casino the rher. Rising Sun;
And acruss
tv operators queried by The ,, q ; Is Rabbit flash its bid for fame
Associated Press generally expect
where it got its name
land
a good year despite the Is h
New York World's Fair and some
bid publicity about gambling.The When folk are friendly need no urge,

fair, the East's big tourist The retire and more to Petersburg;

drawing card this year, should : 9IIUEJAY Next a shady nook called Idlev.lld.

1re cause only s slight dent, If any, Where folks are friendly meek and mild. .

in Las Vegas tourist business FOOD CONSISTS Of

says Cabe Vogliotti secretary ALMOST ANYTHING EPl J.EMAINl' Then o'er the hill this nunnx day,
of the Nevada Resort Associa w' We found a nook called Hathaway;
i ACORNS, NUTS,
lion Where dog and coons plax peek-a-boo.
Vines Anaelmo orth. Thunderbird INSECTS AND FRUITS Hilltoppers call Waterloo..

in Las Vegas says the big FLOIDA GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION

season starts when schools let pains,
growing
And Florence it has
WESTWARD H O- The wind fills the sails of out in California! and people A dri\e-in theater and water mains;
start going on summer vacations
the Norwegian' cadet training ship Sorlandtt as the craft And Walton where they push ahead

leaves Lisbon In the 5,600() -mlb Tall Ships race to Bermuda from"Si uy California.percent of"our trade comes AISOCALIEDFLOR/DAJAY. Size // 's INCHES BiRDS OF FLORIDA No one can say Ills town l is dead. I

Several officials shrug off the

possibility of harmful effects: And Hebron where the airplane fell
from such publications ss "The INHABITS DENSE THICKETS Of&W& U friendly treat its xisltor yell;

Roadmap to Planets Oreen Felt Jungle," an expose- I COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE "$CRUQ" And two small places, room to sit,

type book on Nevada gambling FROM JACKSONVILLE WEST TO THE Are ComniNftan and Sugar Tit. It
Jud Allen, manager of the tt1 SUWANNEE RIVER SOUTH TO

I Plotted by Stars Reno Chamber of Commerce, NO C4F5T 6 Mt S. COLLIER AND GLADES COUNTIES Then Bullitsxllle and Beuxer Lick. f
says, "That sort of thing has
WHT
lick
AND ALONG THf ATLANTIC You can't lol\fllnll. so takeotir ; P
never been harmful ss" far ss TIRO. ITI .s COAST TO DADECO6WTY And McVllle suffered a fatal blow, ;
By JERRY BUCK attracting: people goes
j Reno, Las Vegs snd Like 81A k'NECKL When Dam 38 just had to go.BelleUew ;
CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. (AI':I In the days when the airplanei ICE.,
Tahoe account: for 95 per cent
wee just a contraption: and 101.ket. were only a Fourth of July glmlartmg of the III" '. legal gambling BLA HEAD \' >rWING'S (two names, the other in Grunt)

crack: astronomer here began tOn h the ruadmap to the ,tars. business The gross taken in 4NDTAh. Prize melons are the crop (they plant; d
every clear night for the PiUniver.ilY am I 50 I years astronomer lit the ::1
by casinos: during the prime This place I'll remember all mx life,
of Virginia have ncunm,d the sky (fr.im the old ictorian-!
months It here I IlIIpt II Itl'.
style observatory atop MountJefferson of July August and BROIVN For xx as tux y
September last year was nearly
recording: the northern
Stars on glean plates. Even the most tnfiniteiiimat, 184 million 10.6 per cent more e a No other places have I found 7'
Over the yearn the iollcitu error when stretched out over a than in 1962. But what became of Flickertown'

has built up. until: now. with 15-million-milo journey nay to A Nevada Gambling Commis ty And Llmaburg U not the same, \
nearly 70,000 plate, it In the Mar could he disastrous.To lion cpukesman says there's The hams are gone, went up In flume \
largest in the world. navigate through apace, a nothing to indicate the increase i
The rocket would he equipped with will slow this year The I know Bonne '1'11'A
National Aeronautic und t G X S ALIKE reason so \\
Space: Administration hopes to three telescopes, each trained on little secret no1'lIlplI; :
use the plates to than its nukel .a different slur I rednck aaid.lUfiNC STARS TO GUIDE ORBITINGLAB I FATS How \\'plll still remember when [
the rocket leaves earth the SCRUB I ALMOSTAHYTHNG
t
flight id OK planet I was a census! taker in I 1010 !
NASA'S lumen miKNion angle to keep each telescope on NEEDHAM Mass (AP) The I 1

ulxo use tho univermty'n perKonnd its star to the attic of the orbit at stars navigational aids to ships JAY I \ FD/BLE This will be all fur quite a while, I

26-inch rcfrailor lelencnpe two every point of the flight would of the past will be used to Thanks for reading ItE.J. .
nightN a month to familiarize he programmed into a computer steer a National Aeronautics and (
kccpmt the npiuo ship, on target
Space Admin illrilion
themselves with oblervltory
tin
moon' Rxle
tact ur- could then be done instantly which will circle: the earth in I FLORIDA GAME AND, FK.BSH WATER FISH COMMISSION 84 Years Old I

The collection. of glues pldtcH and uutonuilitally by gyroscope 500-mile-high orbit
and .
piled up in cabinet: in the computers.The The unmanned spacecraft: will

observatory no thought that year they after might year someday, with allow kcientmts collection accurately here would to have light rays a device into electric which transforms currents.: How Do Desert Rats Survive ? 'Ode To Erlanger'I

be used as a sort of inter plot the location of the aura and The currents will be electronical ,
galactic roadmap. allow for any movement Dr. ly processed into signals which (Answer bx Great Granddauplitt'rl
I fcclrick "aid that training field the desert. The on a cow, and produced about
This said Ur. Laurence although the will guide the craft: on its orbit, By MURRAY SINCLAIR on
W. About this I won't b >
tenth each place < culls,
one- ounce milking. i
stars to kangaroo rat tunnels caused a
Fredrick appear never move they according to engineer Philip
head
of the university'sMc actually' do i Schlueter. TUCSON (AP) Unlverlil / of bomber to tip over, ao predatorand Only seal and whale, it develops Right across from Cinrluuutl.M .

petfectrx4rr.pT o :.iQhservgtor. .. jk a .ht or ik".I: +d\ ".-' !" at ch{uatsf bit employed | by Arizona scientists: have bean rodent, comrof' 10.g: were have milk' that contains
of lnA baa,it research.As lhe"y"krio i movements of the stars i Sylvani Electric Products Inc., 'studying the mystety for year ' '
over a 0-yeor period. I which Is developing how do vast numbers of, desert have long nbe'I'r recovered'from Kooyman believe the Tat Content Children laughing with ,(Iuand plw.( ( ;
rocket engineers discarded II equipmentto thin setback Is high because fat, for Its
I be animals survive without drinking
carried
aboard the
other ,
means of navigation one I orb. orbiting Now they have found an additional ,niversity of Arizona zoologist weight generates more energy The place you'll treat with admiration.
by one they came back to the FORMULA FOR ROCKET FUEL clue by milking a tiny Gerald J. Kooyman got the idea than carbohydrate or protein. It Great without exaggeration
The lab
mean hat( guided ancient will process its ob- need leas for
MEMPHIS (AP) When Mrs kangaroo rat no small accomplishment that the kangaroo rats'milk might water storage yet
sailors across the lieu the Charles Jensen I aervations of cosmic targets and yields morewateronce it melubo-
hint
looked Into her in itaelf. give a as to how they have In one building
stars I store them in a unit for lizea. In this the a combinationOf
refrigerator and found a bottle memory The milk contains far less adapted to the arid climate. way kangaroorat
Radio and radar I liter transmission to ground mother la able to give her Post Office. Fire and PolU station.
how
navigation i marked RocKeT Fuel her investigation water and much more lit than But to go about milking a
for instance, wan vruled out be- turned up this formula -lilt Ion.. that of moat mammal. tiny creature weighing only a few young a high energy food that re- The local bank on "25".
cause of the time lag. By the i from her ounces' Finally Kooyman used quires little water for storage or
son Chuck, a third "Stepe 3. One cup of vmger Kangaroo rats also known a.dipodomYI. The street that keeps our city Alive.
time a navigational correctioncould the same technique a farmer uses ulle.PORTABLE
i grader: and heat water and put it in. are wee gnome-like
be beamed from earth hack "Stepe I. 1 12 cup of baking "Strpe 4. Get some liqod soap creatures that infest sections of
to the rocket the Arizona California New Mexico The chill parlor where couples meet
space ship ]I powder and stir a mini, and poar in.
would have traveled fur that and Texas With the movie theatre across the street.
ao
"Stepe 2. One
tabalapoon of "Stepe S. Store In bottle for
stilt another correction would ,oil, it will start to fine don't 3 day's and It will be redy anybody The late Dr. Charles T. Vor-
he needed. panik, put piece of meats) in it. do it." hies of the university was one of Another thing we won't forge,

I -- -can -.. .- -., the first to report that these desert The Public Llbr an on old Bartlctt.\
dwellers resembling miniature

kangaroos, have found a way to For this, Kentuck\'s map was dot
live without water. "There Is no The Carnival place, our Lion's lot.
DELIGHTFUL WATERFRONT FLORIDIAN evidence they ever drink," he

reported. Across the top of Donaldson Road

' 678 14th Ave. So. In Aqualane Shores where kangaroo water rats holes abound are 40 in areas to SO The Expressway carries quite a load.

milea Dr. Vorhies reported
apart.
Under that street we shall not dally
"these little creatures are tied
..
I '."'''. ".j", ,, ' , to their home burrows and Cannot We're off to our favorite bowling alley.
'
, ;' 'l I \ \ travel even four or five ilello
if ', X.r: "I" and from a water hole to say r Another place it keeps us cool.
J.wY 'i, : ; ; 5 tF nothing of 140 to 50-mile roundtrip Our L-shaped Triple E swimming pool.
Such a jaunt might woiH off

.Jr' more water (hurt the creature Speaking of L and our Imming pool!
., .. fl, could drink" a I surely! must mention old Lloyd High School.
The eat eitremelv dry foods
r
and abound lit areas when Bummer
esp.n I'\e done this with a younger style
tom. surface temperature anmetinie 41
r: Just to that
top E.I. Rxle.
.
rcu Jl 1 133degrees
lit u whale the' foeminentttu BtMPmSelcusccI\ hC orncll r') dhllnll| ||)

nid at the Jipoiloim1he,, >' student Michael 1 Callahan work! on the them) (hut "if Debbie Lynn Gower

"build then nI two mohrs| to the) can see it. thcx won'1! hit u. UK l IJ-up h.irri-

lo feel Kneiith the ground #md cadet tents instead of the "rolroltOlUIIJ chrome xuriiMN ,
council them s llh a Ijbxnmb\ tar
,;.omnuinuating hurrou DuringUorld fit iruidtf the trunk! and do not detract I ir":i the I."n'ruinlln. 'To

four |II| theu tans Malt .: of the car when u : m mum Marguerite'I

I ," u daisy, iiuifii'd Marguerite:
This attrmllvv end Inviting .
.*. Kntl(>iflMXMr and fair.
T loom inmli t.\lv Maker
+ r Terrific Income Profit Its p'talled face of
home i iiu'luile 4 boded itms t l' /w r I pristine white
2 baths, anil family roam. " ' ' i Turns t<, the sun in catch the light/ :

The above view from the > Enthroned within its tender tare

rear of the house, home APARTMENT HOUSENow
f to t 6 A heart of gold shines there,
tho screened Frtmily roum

and adjarent Nnplcs Buy. i,
Landsrupinic on the 100 3x offered for salt. This It one of Naples fmttt and mOlt tucctttfwl. I know a Iriend called Marguerite
itt f
135 lot features shrub s i band The interiors or all apartments hive been newly decorated and in excellent rtainnj lay the flower rare.

coconut P.dm*, fiihsncinjr S' d condition.You From her curls hair to her twinkling
feet
tho I troplihl nt I
She I h and
gay friendly
mosphere. and small and ??, ,
If your doily routine !r un't go wrong with
revolved around family hlV. All apiitmtnli arc iir-
life .- lnveatiirnt this t 1e clotttt of the main building arc cedar lined and tpaciout.

beautiful Cypie rnn.h. Kathryn S. PostCOLLIER

type home .tdiltn".1 I <'xpllcltly err, located In one of' the finest sections of Naples these apartments art
lor family llvlnir,
dote to Beach, shopping and entertainment.We .
s _
The slump-brlck fireplace Is the focal point of our "L"lhaped cypress panelled\
I living-dining area. invite your inquiries to this wonderful income property

An expansIve outdoor porch serviced! l l Iof a Mtilt-in. v.rnp-iirounil bur rand hor.h-q '

faces> waterfront to receive the unobstrut. .d xmitlurty hrrviiv Kern: thr fully

electric kitchen features lull cypress "un'Unlf and rshtn'ts. plus anorak' counter tape , ..

Plenty of storage Inside and outelde. vvrrllrnt trllllll Yl'ntilrtl"ft trod trrelitve.LInformal

design featuring a simplified trlfrr, pattern. This honllo isust be:' rpn- I
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addend all the best .1 Br waterfront value nn the nUlrk..t. It alli I nelwlea. :2 ur r U C REALTOR i I

tarpons. x3117 outside storage, seawall private dock and paved tlrlva. .


Contact lour Breier or Call Owe" ror 4ypnlxtment .' Ml Z cut 'j- 351 Fifth Ave. So. ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 23352ctenrf

.. eno ( Frank P Purdue Harry I L. Miller Edward M. Anderson
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1 [ Barbershop or Beauty Salon? I Watch- -Now- For uirli's In meal In' I"nrt"h"II II k., i I','\nHIM e\pr" I Islmi i

Rob StflgK
Economical Beef
IetaJl DETROIT (UP) Did
ctjii ) I I. too ever walk past a barbershop You Can Roast KiMtktlna the Brf
To roast a hl,hquallixlrloin
;k.e
look insid and
)t. \ "IK II-en.)Ullr mouth I lip' or rolled lump. place lhrnert <'
I see a hair net slipped onto i 1I,1f"i i .n_i beef U without fat side up on a rack In
{ the head of a male patron0Vn. f'', ,,1'1 i mv.ixal favorite rural an isjien mauling pan Insert a
could Michigan, where i 'a! '!111111\1,1\\' mo Li t of our food meal, thermometer Into the center
"irbcrshops are practicing this . i'udc.'t.,: d" not t Allow u. the of the roaul Dn not add
r ., 4 .1 rMogue t in men'a hair- i Iu inv n1 i i li, n,id "beef roaxlM' aston wetoi and do not' cmerR
( fr '( .
taping.It's 'i" \I. nllllhl dwlreC
\i sat 'In a low oven (300( F i
iS usually' called sculpture ;, '.; : \ ,n h>"ii tood: n.w fin I'.rh until the meal I thermometerreglmerx
,
uttmg arid with the paraphtrmiia > \H'i i,'1 ."i A urll-ftbmc .\ '\- 140" F for rare, 160
\ -I" being used the men might r.- ngi. 'mm pi'"n ,<( hl h-qu Ut>' beef F fits medium 01 170' F, for
I und it prudent M forget those A ttsaws.. .. i ii' inunir i.i lu.'k..... This large well-done\ Allow approximately\
te' ekes about "men in the hesui! \ a "III'II i-, likil)' to mean beef :l' i to 2''' hour for cooking a
Q hop k 4f r I 31 A '.1"I","i ,iiN l i Iatur'M at many re- 4 to pound mast to rare, 2'',
: \ To do th. )job right the barber till meRI ,'''unlfiK tn 1 bout to medium, and :3'' ,
h { cmploM a hair net a straight a'sliiijiijyinr Strop the plentiful beef ,IN in V'. hours for well done
Taro a jar of hair "out mg lei I high.quallu. Iwo excellent cut One nice platter acrompani'
t +A k and a hand dryer. to wnu-h fit are beef. nrWriUp men! might' ho large fresh
-;JII One barber college instructor \ and ,tolled I'ump. Genet'nllylhe muHhioomn hiuxhcd with bultrioi
d lured that sculpture cutting I \' ere. the meat economical if mmtflilnc: and broiled.
I aKo called blow waxing and t the large "beef cut that cnn he
"" '
a hot comb haircut is "men '+Irtl. roamed h> rii>' hcnt Both toe

hair soling. andit's catching on SE'EXT'E.RXXI'EItS.Rln hopeless, toiv meaning you ml Greatest Harbor
1891 the General Electric Co built the first "It'! ('
tkciav!, Inc locomothe for road freight sen'ice for the Ca\adutta Electric Railroad Glovmulle.N all you hit) Port of New York is the
The special hair treatment requires ,Y, The big machine Ildtl.( ) called the "Black Maria." Is stilt In seruce at Pone uah Mill*. One tmpoilnnt point : Only I I the world's greatest harbor During
about 40 minutes. The Taltxille' Conn Electric locomotives are still being built There considerably biirgor: top quality I Pi(me or Choice the second half of the
"arher, who must attend school and sleeker This one irighti Which generates TOOU horsepower, is owned b>' the Inion grader uliloln\ tip or rolled rump 20th century, it averaged 25.-
three to foe days to get the 000 ship arrivals and
Pacific Kailroad. may be roasted Any other grade departures
lung:. of it, starts shaping the ,.
needs la be bialncd with moist annually according to
han with a !straight razor in the \ Britannica.
heat In a rmcrrd utensil Encyclopaedia
\c.1 comes the wring goo

b srww.1J Aftit the lei i* rubbed In, the Teen-Agers Can Succeed in
barber plates the hair net in ,
1',1IInd uses" a heat-carrxing THE MOORINGS
petal bomb and hand dryer to
impleie the setting. Business- They Really Try

u "There Is some hair that iaumuh J 600 Wedge Drive
I and no matter what youuse
Gilbert Youlh Sl'r\'lr.
I on it, or how you try to cut New and magnificent with "Iota of livin,"
Did tint t summer Job evaporate,
it, it won't lay as it should,
I for the active family. Next to the golf
wit j said Rosa Vlatzara, manager of so that um'rc one of the vast
Three bedrooms and two tile baths
/11/ 'II, . the City Barber College umot unemployed teen-agers CEO. RoB6EKJR. + course ,
q V dream kitchen large living screened
"Forthe first time, this method '"' .' room,
lets us train men's hair Now we right no Eit7fQPk'I1E5IHh / enclosed porch and two car enclosed ga
Whnot take a rrark at bring
I ian styli I a head ofhair that "will\ rage.
your own boss, and telling a
be most becoming to the man.
\ Another explanation was made needed service to families In Her is your opportunity to own a lovely

/:1 JA .I Ito by !Harry Greene, of Greene's your area"Ingenious : home that will offer you space plus full

... .. j Barber College, teen-ager, who turn value for your house dollar. Quotation
\ "\\tlh women, you shampoo
11. their nits Into cash have devised $28,500.
fi the hair then set it with rollers "
and clips, dry it and comb it. s number of unique offerings CO-OP APARTMENTon
f ..1ra "We do baaaally the same Some offer to serve as caretakers iwnsv4cTll n fl flhen

+w+ thing, only we start by razor fur vacationing families n the beach. One bedroom, furnished. Air

lY>' \ ".' cutting the hair. And we use a They bring In the mall, weed the conditioned. Priced for quick sale -
hand dryer or blower to net it." flower garden anil give dally 113,000.
II -s: Mow du the feel?
patrons s
cart to the house pl.ints. charging
... :;f; Bert Burton, u real esters t help clean silver, set the are the tf 'n-agvrs who art as a
.. a flat fee for this service WESLEY G.MIS .
.. broker defended it: table, prepare casseroles, and reminder service These young
\, \ "!""" \hat the heck, you have your They offer temporary turns!ni pass canapes. eftlrlcncy experts make anarrurato
\ \ ) :::: nails manicured and you keep for hamsters and parakeets.If .
Thoughtful teenagers aware schedule of hotisrhoM 1 DOWNING
; RealtorsMI
shoes shmed. shouldn'tyou
... your Why buslnexs services are
II. of I the problems of the elderlywho maintenance demander when the
do your best to keep your needed, the teen-ager forward 2-2171
hair looking as good as you live alone have often found, car should bn lubricated, when
Asaas
\/1? first-class\ mill to the family
x w \ ,. can?" and even take the responsibility :posts' as part.time companions., the oil burner should I* cleaned, Wesley 0. Downing ft Earl L Fry
.fur A Florida barber named Roffler, Sometimes their duties Includehauffeurlng and io on-and send reminder
who trademarked the name of depositing checks. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
( an older person postcard In theircuitorners without
If'I. sculpture cutting, brought the Teen-alter. with a car ut their 7M Ilk Avenue' South, Arrow (FMC
about, fetching library books! for stirring from their own
1111 111a . technique to this country from disposal nerve as messengers First National Hank In Naples Fla
I France, He introduced It In New for mothers tied down with small a shut-in, nr reading or writing homes,
York aim years ago and it went I"Urrslllr a handicapped, person.
off
to
children. Offering drop
overin a big way !lie got similar In a town where there are many
shoes for the
repair oversee
result in Los Angeles
Sculpture cutting reached laundry through the laundromat, 'one-man-operated businesses,
a
Detroit in l'Ifll, but it didn't be.Fm and running countless) 1 similar,, I teen-agers can make money OPEN HOUSE TODA Y
i click until the I lest covering the lunch hour for, the
nnaa i xI to , yearor ,errand*,! they're' (lln, 1 dempnd! If Mm,
so. they are quirk and rell.ihle. 'owner, taking Jnv.ntnrwtIr:
Most barber who offer the 'I or helping with the monthly _
service feel it isn't a passing Teen-agers with (Imagination wa e Irll T ,
1 filling'I ,
and Iron -themselves
nerves
fancy with men. As one barber
And In place for Ingenuity
top
summed it up: "It's no fad It's as party arrangers, and takeover : 1 G
e an accomplishment." I fnur-year-old's birthday

celebration completely from '

Pole of a magnet occur inxanuhlv theme, guest list, and game.running. *?
in pairs. When a magnet
Some who began their
lit broken in two new poles appear low I cos!
near the break so that filch entertaining careers working
PICK contain one positive and with little ones have moved onto WANT AD

one negative pole insist at adult parties, where - M d,

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This lovely 'three-bedroom, two- Beautiful drapes and carpets, selected

IMPROVE LnL: bath home, shown this summer season by Holland Sallty, also arc Included

AND EXPAND .. a HoMHI Horn exhibit house at at this price, along with the

2095 Crayton Road, can now bo pur* decorator selected lighting fixture

YOUR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE chased at the exceptionally attractive There's a nice! patio off the living

pric. of $33,500.00. This Includes: room, a pump and well for sprinklingthe

lawn and shrubbery, and many
House, fully godded and landscaped
-IL- other features that will pleas you.
lot, 0.E. central! heating and
See this one today, and several other
air conditioning, the latest O. E. kitchen .
fin. homes offered by HoMiLI HomesIn
appliances consisting of range top, The
Moorings of Naples
oven, dishwasher and disposal, Cornet

kitchen cabinets In driftwood grey,

and a cozy snack bar

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Associates laslle C. Johnston, James L. Cochrun,

Value of the WeekIN lefty I. Johnston, Art Arnold.

Recently completed new Work Center In Naples, shown above I I. part of Inter. I

County Telephont's extensive SERVICE IMPROVEMENT and sxpanalon program
in Collier County,
REAL ESTATEFOR

From this modern telephone envies facility, an experienced, dedicated crew of

RENT telephone workers la dispatched to correct reported service difficulties and carryon
Installation of new telephones and equipment ,
EXCELLENT OFFICE AND STORE SPACE I

Located on 5th Ave. So. between 10th A 11 th St. I Her,', concrete proof that later-Coasty Telephone I II a the upgrade to bring Greater

Naples and Collier,C, nty IMPROVED and eipanded teletommunUatlons services.INTER OR', tMAPLCtr LOR DAZl29

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I 6fi COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday July 5, 1984'Rawhide' Says Plenty Hotel Is To See

are town shows 'Rawhide' is Rooms In New YorkNEW Skipper Sorry

Lasts fundamentally about cowboys, YORK (AP) DanielC.

and each year we get awards Hickey, president of New
While Others Die for our portrayal of the West York's Hotel Association, says Navy Give Up LightshipBy i
ern heritage. there'll! be plenty of hotel rooms !

HOLLYWOOD (A*) otner "Perhaps the viewers sense available for the rest of the
Westerns may attract more fuss that authenticity. At any rate, summer.
and higher ratings, but "Raw. they. are remarkably loyal." He noted Friday that there HARRY NASHPORTSMOUTH
hide" Just keeps rolling along. Indeed they are. The "Raw. had been overcrowding In the
You might call It the quiet hide" fans set up a yowl when past few weeks, due principally Va (AP)
"
Western. In fact, I did, and co. the show was moved from its to the annual crush of cloth. -- Life on the platform
tar Clint Eastwood agreed traditional Friday night niche to Ing buyers who this year will be more comfortable: ;;
"We started In mldseason six Thursday. It racked up reason brought their families and than it ii on the lightships, ( "hUL: 1T
years ago last January," he able ratings considering it opposed stayed longer to see the World's d.
but it will be monotonous I
,
longtime Thursday fix Fair. ,
laid. "and noboby really expected
,; ,
the f:
us to last. That was at tures like "Dr. Klldare," "The Hickey said that Thursday skipper said ,
Chief Warrant Boatswain Donald ) '
a time when there was some Donna Reed Show" and "My i I night 70 of the largest midtown V't: ""'''i',110';" "",'1 "
E. Dean, commanding officerof t "
thing like 26 Westerns on tele Three sons. Meanwhile CBS Manhattan hotels were a third 4 I f\. '" "

vision, and they were beginning Friday ratings took a dive. vacant. Mr was the talking Chesapeake about the four-legged Lightship, .., ; : t
to die off like lUll But we Just CBS has shown a preference
:: .
to switch rather than fight and r steel platforms that graduallyare : '
kept going along In our own .. "
t.
Wayne Natalie Wood, James replacing moat of the lightships 1fit.
quiet wiy and we've managed "Rawhide" will settle back to : .. ,
to survive its Friday night time next Stewart, and others who don't 3 on the U.S. East Coast ""
play the guest. tar circuit.If Dean, 37, sat In his cabin on I Ii'I
"How have we done it? 1 season. '
don't know exactly. Maybe It's There are indications "Raw. the new deal Is successful, the lightship, in port for her : 1. : ., r
,
"Rawhide" continue Us annual two-month of i
may period dry.
because we've always worked hide" won't be so quiet next 4 '
hard for authenticity Ours Is year. Eastwood confirmed reports Journey indefinitely as "Wagon docking and maintenance n. 1
that the budget has been Train," "Bonanza" and "The "The men will be more comfortable
an open-country show, as compared *
to other Westerns which raised to lure stars like John Virginian" appear to be doing on the platforms," he
said, "beceuse their quarters
will be larger and they won't be -
bouncing up and down. Lightships
ride rough when the wind 1
A MOORINGS BEST
gets up."But. ,
there will be only four '-

680 Wedge Drive men on a pl.lro"",cOl1)lred with THE DIAMOND SHOALS LIGHTSHIP, whose beacon

16 on a lightship. The smaller warns mariners of dangerous shoals off the North Carolina
'I'rN number will provide lese companionship
$ WARBLING CONTEST-An annual event in the Belgian and make platform coast: is one of several Coast Guard lightshipsthat
town of Dottignies is the festival of bird singing. Bramble duty monotonous." will be replaced by four-legged steel platforms.
finch are placed in lightproof cages spaced out on the main Platforms are In operation at
street. As the cage lids are opened and each bird sees day Buttards bay, M...., and Providence
light Its singing is measured by marking wooden sticks with R.I. Others now being Platforms have movies every night.
chalk, The bird which sings the most Is winnerActor's built will replace lightships off the West a good library. The men

Savannah, Oa., and Wilmington water offshore for advancement In rarjnga.
N.C. food la good. The crew is
A $3.5 million item in the spokesman I've had no requests for
f budget for the next fiscal year Each and no discipline probe
LegacyIs
will provide platform replacements tower housing In my 22 months aboard."
for the Chesapeake Light million hl.hip crewmen get 14 days
ship, anchored 12 miles east of the crew'a for 28 days aboard. They
Cape Henry, Va., and the Diamond a helicopter two four-hour watches in
HospitalityBy Shoals Lightship, 14 miles Dean said Five men are on leave
southeast of Cape Hatteras, N.C. platform duty. times. The men are shut
Average age of East Coast "It would to and from their ships by
RUSSELL LANDSTROM mere money, largely through lightships is about 35 years. men could Guard cutters end patrol
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Tempestuous stocks real estate and mortgages Four of them are more than SO platform long which also carry food
Endowments and bequests one years' old. The Coast Guard says builds ," supplies
.. It' .. ....,,""' ." u.ho..e bravura actor voice Edwin was Forrest stilledby alone was $325,000 have platforms will ,last longer than storms up come Chesapeake Lightship,

.. .. ,". "" ., '(N, . z6 death in 1872, lives on in especial helped with the upkeep. lightships, require fewer men and such cases rou tons, 133 feet long and
"""" """" ,\-Zf! :) f"'Io :'' \....:- role that of host to The home, which bears the be easier to maintain. ;V, men can do la abeam, was built In 1930.
"! -: ,__ _, Diamond Shoals ,
"" J. retired actors and actresses. Format name, Is red brick,Tudor the platform Lightship
esque In style, with a park as tons, 128 feet long and
-- A. VERNON ALLEN'S LATEST- Forrest nrv"r far from tragedy,
the vista In front and a golf good," said abeam, was built in 1946.
either on the sta e or in private Too Many Vets
Custom Built Home life, lived for the play and the course for a back view.. It has in the Coast predecessor of the present
players It wee said that hecouldn't a library of 6,000 books, mainly Forget Numbers put 22 Shoals Lightship was
. .
KATURINO make-be about the theater, souvenirs,. of Chesapeake and sunk by a German
distinguish the such swords and When Writing VA "We have in World War I.
e ,.".1... wall In living room and dining nome lieve from reality The debacleof stage as get good Aug. 6, 1918 the U-boat
his called pistols used by Forest in classic Far of the more than
marriage, once too many
merchant
out ship
7.",,,. floor* e Double Carport roles his makeup kit, armor lions in a a
of null that
idyllic, seemed a aid reprise of 150 million pieces Hampton," he and a half northeast of the
Fully lendwaiMd with ...."... lahia lawn "Othello" jealousy and absurdity marble and bronze statues, oil flow through the Veterans Administration more."W. fired 40 shells at her
rampant with an anti- portraita. The library includes a each year cannot be pro- her afire.
e Contra! Air Conditioning and Hoatma
of
of the first folio edition
climactic farewell at once copy perly Identified,the VA disclosed lightship's wireless
e 1 ....'..... e 2 Tae lathe grandiose and pathetic Shakespeare's works. Another other nearby merchant
showpiece, in the great hall I.a Is today.
After the divorce, Forrest lived Kehoe, Veteran Ser- of the submanne'a pres-
e Overlooking Mooringi Golf Course larger than life statue of Tommy
alone in his The submarine then shelled
mansion here, a vice Officer said that too
many
City Wit.r and Sowors star'a memorabilia around him, Forrest in Shakespearean robes veterans and their beneficiaries sank the lightship, whose
and sandals.
e ...,tlc Cod>i Interior. and Tile Roof with the world of the theater are merely signing their namesto uninjured, escaped in a
The bedroons are cozy tastefully .
taking possession of him more
Offered By than ever. almost luxuriously fur correspondence, and names ships that heard
named after are not enough. What '.
No wonder then, that he willed nished. Each (I. a wireless warning
famous actor or actress of the Almost all of the 30 million refuge in Lookout Bight and
1< 'Ht..1 & .trreoci.rfve his mansion to his fellow players<', POeJt'i] '" t
In. ,VA's master index : \ .
who needed help in their later past. The aSttfct-eiomVtn"* >>. names "tty tUb submarine.
r ere the .0l't"YoIf'tl'find' iiTa 4gn>ltr:"I file are duplicated. There are recipe\ that
l.ioo1 630 Fit, Avenue Souih 8 years Forrest left an estate large quiet hotel or club. hundreds thousands of the more tein that HARRY W. CLOUSER

Phono MI J.}J1or enough to go on making money, The :IForrest hospitality goes common names such as Smith pop over representing the

ISMt and that money in turn hae.made! ..1the\ 'way-no guest pays so Brown,Johnson,Jones, etc., but steam that
much as a dime for keep. most other names are duplicated Usually Life
', The sole condition for admission at least scores of times. of milk and f IMSUaANCS COMPANY
r' la that the applicant be In The veteran's claim number used "IW vau.N.V.

": : : good health. Once a person is (C-number) and his Insurance good" will gladly recommend a
installed in the home, however, three eggs
to fit
program your persons
number are his alone and are
he is taken care of entirely small Life insurance
\ Kehoe
Should hospital treatment or never duplicated, pointed Bake as
needs Call or write:
Use of these number
home care be needed out. 425 degrees
nursing
! r ,f ft later, the Forest scheme of In correspondence will Insure Then bake Midway 24098

things foots the bill. prompt and efficient service and ature for P. O. Box 995

Originally the Forest will save both time and cost of additional off and let Naples Fla.Don't .
10 minutes
required that an applicant must correspondence.
have had at least five years on --.........4

the legitimate stage in order to

r get a berth. Long ago however,

. ,..' ... "'" ; this provision was liberalized.Just .
.. ...,... ... about any kind of authentic

I _ 3.;; ':" :---' ':;'..i'J111Ir... dGnow.show business experience will

Forrest laid down one more

condition. He stipulated that
..ff ..... be $
f t'.C every year in April, a party
held in the home to celebrate

Shakespeare's birthday .
*rORR7atwer+ +r '
Food and drink are served.
Guests from Broadway and elsewhere -
deliver some of the bard's
I
great !tines Madrigals are sung
__ r
;1 1' and spectators are regaled with
Elizabethan folk dances. This

year the party was brought off
with more than the usual flourish
because 1964 marks the 400th
anniversary of Shakespeare'a

birth.
The home can accommodate
22'but right now has only! five

uesti..
"""31rs. Gloria Rodgers, whose

Hundnda af.dlr III p q5 "Y'and 1DIotI.....11&your official title is hostess-manager, get squeezed ,
true pared w for small.boat owns st! says "So far as I know, this lathe
ewa private anchorsfo-a only hume of us kind any'where with high rates on
what s
You can see
1.IpId ous __.. It dirctly on the wela.
we're not
_..walW and waived. by city udlit a't lovely place III.hy
run,
filled up all the time with along AUTO LOANSFinancially
waiting list in the bargain.Is .
Umiu.
Royal Harbor la mOito NaoU any .
a mystery to me.
r '!; list 5 minut from _w-Gl.town ,twpp rag.
successful families know from
II' experience that
For..., lot purcr .r, Royal Harbor WIll build a landing the bad thing about
only really borrowing
a ... dock "...of eharf.. Or, if you ....,.,.eontnbule RENEW YOURDRlVER'S I money is paying
interest that should. the
the few amount toward the eonotrucUoe of s stop LICENSE ((3 more you Keep cost of credit down
DURING YOUR by borrowing where the rates are traditionally lower: here

6 big reasons why Horn-it- ........ from M.400 to 119. 00a BIRTH MONTH at our Bank. O You'll find, for example, it's possible to save
and ....w!
wide rant to suit your mdivdual tadS as much as $100 in interest charges on an Auto Loan from
. . . . .i .
so many peoplearebuying aa bayfroirt k> tion olr.,.you an opportunity for ;. our I bank. Fast, friendly service. Convenient repayment terms can be

Tend...*..... tolay that wiD b. worth tvOItIOrIOW., arranged. Borrow here on a new or used car. Pay a low rate of interest on

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ro.iia People J'/tiftk. Teens Give AdviceTo Sunday, July 5, 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 78


Each OtherOn'Difficulties meet premiums if you should the later period would be usedin

fall to pay when due. determining my deadline for
Majority of Youth Agrees That Dad v'-I served less than a yearIn a GI loan. Is this true'AOrdlnarllyyes.

1- iVETERARSCORNERf the Army between 1942 and However
Gilbert Youth Service 1943 and was honorably dls- If the computed time based on
Should J- Be .:a Pal but with DignityBy A quietly growing" program charged at my own request to a long period of service during -

devoted to helping l tn..t*" he 1 II accept employment In essential World War D. would establiSh

Eugene Cllbcrt gives tbJa>presslon 'who could voiced by Susan Allison of acjh other over th* hurdles 01 r Here are authoritative answers industry Wl11l be entitled to a later deadline than a

President, Gilbert Youth car* less'." Pittsburgh: home and family difficultly tiai, by the Veterans Admin- a pension when I become 66 short period of service durIng -
Research Inc. titration to questions fromfor- years old the Korean Conflict the
The reasoning of both' boyar "I think a father should b.lom.on. proved a big PI\t'holol1t'11 boost 1
may servicemen and thelda." A Pension maybe g ranted at World War H period may be
What doetoday'. teenage l you can look up to. We to \ounfatera inn oh'pd. Ulelt any age If a veteran has the used.

really want In a father' A pal hare young people our own age In various local agencies ol r p requisite honorable service and

or an aloof parent? to be pals with, but wt need a the Famlh Servicenaorlattor i Q" Why should veterans is unable to follow substantially .

Two thirds of the 1248 youngpeople person whom we can go to with of tmerlt groups ofteen-ager a i physicians or others always gainful employment due to (Veterans or dependents
our problems and whose Judge bewildered. rebellious orwtttidrain have the veteran's C-number disability. wishing further Information
wt talked to recently ments we can respect. -meet with a trained I ready when writing or making Q--1 t had service during both about their benefits should writeor

agree with Sanday Walston, 17' v counsellor and air th.lrII'''''I long distance call to the VA \,'orJdvar II and the Korean visit their VA Regional Of-
of Castle Rock, Wash, who says, on behalf of a veteran? Conflict but I have heard that fice.)
Barry Thldbodrus. It, of not onl\ on their own problemsbut .
A--There
1 would rather have my fatherbe are many many
a pal so I could talk to him Orange, Tex, carries It one step However Leslie Berg I'i.If on the perplexities of other veterans with the same or sl1 -
further "My tatherUhlnk. Detroit although she enfoxs good The self-help of th
and confide In him when I needto. says aspects milar names In the list of more
Is on a completely different level rapport with her father doesn't after-sthool meetlnft don't btr*(: than 22.000,000 veterans ser- There's
A common feeling Is that a"paltype" Nothing Life* It In Naples
4 from m.. If he tried to change to feel the two can be compared Into full bloomImmedbteU'.Sans i viced by VA. With no Information . .
fatter\ Is far more
my level h* would be lowering "\h I dad I U a person'. she sat.. Miss \jtalteoodman. caseworker available except the
approachable and willing to give himself. "and I guess I would never compare at Famllx' Service ol> name, It Is difficult or Impossible
of his time and attention .
Some Just wish that father our relationship\ with the Morris Count dew Jersey, to Identify the proper
Many of the young people record locate the iI1agereeii
would act his ace! For example, one I hope to have with rnx "first the girls In mv group\ or to record -
equate an Informal parental In the tiles
Des Morlartv, 18, of Phoenix children" went throurh a 'Can you top
Q--Can a war orphan who
"can't stand parents who think Quite a few' of those who hopeto thlt" phase. Each In turn woe
and girls generally runs along has his entrance Into training "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"A
they're kids! They should act be different kinds of parents trying to prove how bad she woe
military -
the delayed or interrupted by
sam lines except that some .
like grown people' plan to be a little closer do when thewere really saying'Will
di. Aattitude feel that a girl's father has an service have his completion New Community of Cooperative
Several of the Intervieweesagree more with the children" you like me amwan"' date extended?
additional, special role to fill.
with II-vear-old Robert Very Important to man of the "The next step was to find out A--Yes. He has five years Garden Apartments for Adults
Terry Interdonatl 18 of
, Brady of Detroit that "a good teen-agen Is an effective what was behind this lehavlor. from the date of his first release -
v Spokane explains that "It's very Only-Prices Start at $7,200
'Dad' should be a homogeneousblend combination of guidance and Independence At Chit point the group was \rr\ or discharge from military
Important for all fathers to be
of the two traits" '*s Linda Ellison, 17, forthright In its suggestions on service In which to com-
'pal-terms' with their his
on Richard Buschman, 18, of Denver of Phoenix hopes to arrive at improved| (onluit" plete training.
daughters, became It helps the
R daughter inher relationships with adds, "A father should know this with her children "The The expressed frank 'rlt.Iclsm Q--Whlch State has the most INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED.

when to be a father and when to world U expanding< an It's of one ,Irl'. n"I'1I.l lie. living veterans and which has ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM
"
the opposite sex. A 16-year old
be a pal." necessary to know ,,'halla going haxlor, says MHio dmin. the least?
Detroit girl, Linda Keys pointsout Sixty.two per cent of the young on, and with the such a relationship 'Thex told her 'Don be a A.- As of July 1, 1963, California APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV.
"If you're a girl, haveto ENUE SOUTH AND FIFTH STREET
you ,
with 2,303,000 living veterans
people we talked with think that my children would not have Brownie Calm down' The
have a man's view and what had the veterans WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M.
their fathers try to be pals, but a narrow and sheltered life and chided another girl who went out largest -
man's view Is better than your population! of the 50 states SUNDAY 1 TO S P.M.
only a little more than half feel would be able to adjust to lifemore to, dinner without\ having the
father's'" Alaska with 24,000 had the
that Pop has succeeded In the readily and easily" courtesy to rail home first.
Those who prefe I more aloof smallest
effort On the other hand, only SitprUlnjIx enough: the group
father, although In the minority, Q-< 1 allow Cl
an annual
about one-fifth believe that their felt their parents should set my
are vocal In their comments Rowdy Teeners Insurance dividend to remainon rid TftMvt r1achitei
fathers In the
are larking area limits on dating reports Ml\siWoodman
of dignity Give Police deposit to meet future pre- Realtor
with genuine interest THE DISSENTERS mium?

Fifteen-year-old Dave Dudt of Among the teem who choose Big HeadachesSAN Most rewarding of all. aax* AYes, you may. You should SALES REPRESENTATIVES
CONFIDE IN FATHERS
BOYS the case' worker, was the feelingof the
notify Insurance Service of
I Denver sums It up like thin "A aloofness, there It a widespread More bovs-{41 per cent)- CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) the girls that they were not the Veterans Administration 305 5th Ave., South MI 2.2124
young person, I feel, needs love feeling that being a pal might tend to -Threats of citizens to form
cent)
than girls (44
per alone They gained reassurance Office where pay your premiums
and attention from Instead automatically Involve a loss of vigilant committees to catch you
a parent
confide In their fatheri Fifteen boisterous teen agars have bv hearing the problems of the. to hold future dividendsto OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKEIpTHE
of a dignified who dignity. A typical comment Is
person year-old Susan Allison's says, prompted the City Council to others. your credit, at interest to

"I confide more In my mother, beef up police patrols in this

while my brother confide more coastal community's beach

FLY NAPLES In my dad. I like this becausemy area.
Police Chief Cliff Murray ad. MOSTina
MIAMI mother understands! what I'm mite h* has run Into problem a-
talking about." one of which Is youths using
wafkie-lalkie radios to tip row.
New Year Round Daily Schedule Many of the t@enstspeclallyth. r'dy cohorts on approach of police .

boys-place a high value on patrols

Naples To Miami outings with dad. About twothirdsof MICHIGAN HOMEr
MORE THAN MAI* OfFLORIDA.
745AM. PM.: the boys and ,
U:30AM: 3.45 nearly as manyof '* TOlRiSTS MILL
the girls report that their RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I
Miami To
Naples fathers nuke
a practice of
900AM. 215PM. 5:00: P.M. attending social and sporting <
t
Connection! and RtMrratlona say point !I. the. world events with them. . t.
.
1 '"
I' 1
: \ Flfti.nv.' P!' cent of the?young tlRE

NAPLES AIRLINES people are generally pleased and '

Naples Airport Contour I Miami Airport happy with their relationshipswith

MI 3454 NE 44111 their fathers and hope to SLF.! .

City Ticket office Naples''' Travel Agency -- 4 Contra develop the same kind of ties

with their own children .,







SEMI-ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT = 1, } r M'GaanaY ..


June 30, 1964ASSETS






First Mortgage Loans ...............................................................?........................._?.._....?.......$$10,878,860 '

Loans on Savings Accounts ................................................................................._................... 816,458 f:1.l: THE MOST

Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank ......................................??..?....,..................?............... 125,000 II' X : ]

Cash on Hand and in Banks .... .................................._.....?..._...........,...._............................. 668,51109
U. S. Government and Government Agency Obligations ....?.?................__?............... 1.1115,447.74Ottic. Oxford f 'j' I

Building and Equipment after depreciation ?.?._...?._........?._._......?............. 887,11115 -t i..I y ; 1

Other Assets ........... ..... ................................. .................-,_.......................?............................. 117.62167 I bEDROOM SCREENED PORCH ;., | HOUSEVALUE] ::: :::

TOTAL ASSETS ........... .........................-... ...............................................114,008,40709 12'x17' 13812(10" J., . L :::

-- eROOM
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LIABILITIES AND RESERVES '
I 'IO'lO"'r"' UTILITY MOM

DININGm FAMilY ROOMimr4" 7'5.XI IS'IO.
Savings Accounts ..... ....................................................._?..??.................,.................................. $12883,64680 """ ', :

Loans in Process .....................................................................__........?.?..........?................. 878.12108 KITCHEN( ,.j:

Escrow Accounts .............................................-...-.................?..?............................................. 49473 . , .

Other Liabilities ..........................................................................?........................................... . 11,49825 GARAGE I

General Reserves and Surplus .................................?..................................................... .... ... 729.649.75 LIVING AREA M'. 20'X 20'
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES .......... ... .... .. ... ...... .. .. 'IC,008.401.09 I 23TXI9T
+
l4TX23'a' ugh cvps'ricnJas in iliN working kiuwLdyc

( DEN'f lOMsiriMion' umjiiiiiii-' inj pnu plus comment of12'x12'

. justunleI" std tr.ulk. 'p| ''',Ilinli point up |hc truth of(

.'d.POICM....1 I [ thin" stiUMKiuU' tine' uiu IP juJyi for yoursIfbwt. ,

4..r 6 ..HIM, t,ilik i I- .1 I rJitiu in,ill.r In prixliKiny' iju.ilit

OFFICERS Growing steadily and vigorously each year, ,...- "_"' homo .it it 'ian price. e>.' luxe the .itlx' inltyc: of auto -
Naples Federal, now in its eleventh year of .
D O McGoon, President and Manager continuous community service, has achieved BEDROOMS a BATHS lmtiil xohirtH"' m puuli"i-'inif. the KtHdl Ir1Ur own

Benjamin Parks, Viet President and Attorney this impressive total of auets Spearheading ridio-mntrollul, u,,,w- wuh long Krtiu .md .inurcM

the rapid growth of Collier County, total Powder Room Double Garage in iiiulitx ",orl ,,,,r iu.iliix innirot" system. and a turd-
Brack
PresidentLeonard
Roy Vice resources have increased more than 40 times Screened Porch corned! rt-putitMfl: d' pn'uct: Lit: our courteous ex-

H. King, Secretary and Treasurer since the fine year of Naples Federal serv. punned hiMiw '|SiMlisN" hoxi )ou shy MuhnyaniiiMrutliun

Arthur H. Russell, Assistant Treasurer ice. With the help and support of our 3018 eq. ft. I'
members ( : IIIff11fF. MOST; HOUSE: VAt.L'E
growing family IhroughourEJllott
C Fisher, Assistant Secretary Southwest Florida we will continue our
uninterrupted record of progressJUNE30,19605,507,551.09. let our experienced home counselors also

BOARD OF DIRECTORS help you find the perfect lot for you.


Roy Brack You Arc Invited to Inspect Models Homes built on your

Palmer Yams JUNE 30, 1962. 9,782,511.05 !in lot from 12,995

Roy Ingram JUNE 30,1964 -14,003,407.09 P

Leonard H. King t
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| Bucunttr j i
John McClungD. Moormya botf Course

O. McGoon Mthy.n a I

Parks Line Drive A 1 Me-e ..
Mooring
Benjamin
.. I 0 The Moorngs
: 'Naple'i Florida Phone MI 2.2244 I' F
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at tkr Funr CUHH I,' Sat I Sun. 9 to 6 Sheppiru Center
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* * ** *** * * * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * * legality and postal official indl.cated .

Chamber Warns Public an.investigation would be in.Btltuted. ,

The Long Life of a Bit of PaperDeclaration's The Business Ethics Division
noted that effort to avoid pro.
Against Letter Schemes ecution under the lottery law
by eliminating the element of
Scars Have Meaning chance are evident In some r*.
The Greater Naples Chamber schemes are generally college asked all Federal Reserve Banks cent chain letter cchemes. ThU
of Commerce yestettay warned students. to advise Issuing agents to r*. gimmick Involves having the po.
chain letters in. applications for Saving tent tal participant place his own
against a resurgence of letter Although some Ject
: Dei'I Million nl liult' K'lutviux* IKIH IMI! I
Till. | d lonjj tunjiilli 1 schemes that violate the postal volved are transferred hand-to- Bond made in connection with a name on the bond used to pur.
/ llli silHI1 IK I IHie in I I77i.irxmnlly( lottery and fraud laws.ft hand and state, "Do Not Mall," chain letter scheme. The De. chase the letter, a* a co-owner.
ptirilnnenl\ lionscd in NVushinxlou'is The Chamber's Business the Chamber warned that the partment recently reminded It* This enable* him to cash the bond
National .Xnlnvi-s Iniildinu fudt-il am) tli"I'lIlut'I'11.111": I Ethics Division said the scheme* scheme still may be violation state director of tht* ruling. U he Is unable to sell two letter,
of its! Mainlines/ MIC illi'Kil/ If. involved United State Saving of the postal law cine term In the typical chain letter thereby incurring no personal
But the marks and scars of Bond, postal money orders and of the U.S. Code are sufficiently scheme Involving Savings Bonds, loss. However the General Coun.
time have meaning They tell Then it was spirited to the cash and have cropped up on college broad to encompass anything con.cernlng the letter 1* purchated with a sel for the Post Office Depart
of the perils survived by the home of a Leesburg. Va. campuses and man)' other the conduct of a lottery, bond and another bond la cent ment ha* ruled that despite thl*
document that proclaimed preacher for the war's duration areas throughout tht count r>'. including Savings Bonds sent purcuant to the person at the top of the dodge the scheme remain a
these 'self.evident" truths According to the National Bet. to an endless chain scheme, list, whose name I* then re. violation of the postal lottery and
'that all men are created Strangely the Declaration ter Business Bureau, with which even though the letter may be moved. The new participant fraud 1,WI.tl' .
equal endowed by their apparently suffered less in the local Chamber Is affiliated distributed bj' hand. add hi* name to the bottom
through membership,the upsurge and trill to cell the letter to
Creator with certain unalienable war than in peace, Much of
in chain letter schemes ha* U.S. DISLIKES IT two additional participants to con.
Rights. that among these the loss of ink from the original REMWMJRDRIVER'S
prompted Chief Postal Inspector The Chamber said the Trea. tlnue the chain and recover hIs
are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit blamed on a facsimile
of plate made in the early 1820s Henry B. Montague to order a sury Department disapproves of investment. The scheme was LICENSE
Happiness"The nationwide crackdown on violators the use of chain letters as a attempted her about three years DURING( YOUR
Declaration is now Sunlight and seasonal heat of the postal lottery and fraur men as of selling Savings Bonds.In ago but swlftlj faded when a BIRTH mmRach
protected by every means and cold took their toll when laws. Participant In these 1955 the Treasur Seer eta r. Chamber report revealed its il.
known to science For nearly the Declaration was exposed
150 years, however, it was the between 1841 and 1894, It
Jefferson drafted tht document during tht hot summer of most traveled, handled and first hung, unprotected before
1776 In Philadelphia, aided fcjr Franklin and Adamt. innocently abused of all a window on the wall of
America's state pcpers the Patent Office, In 1876. it
was lent to Philadelphia for If :land stacks of wonderful values $ .
Although the worn docu its centennial celebration and ,
ment's heading reads "In then exhibited in the State "t-
Congress, July 4, 1776." it Department's library 11 .dp' .' '' -t

was Nor not In fact signed was on Independence that day, The from parchment public was view removed In :; :; ( MID SUMMER I 11.::'; :: _

from Great Britain declared 1894 and stored In a steel of .:.. .:.p. III

on July 4. case But in 1924. it was trans
The Continental Congress ferred to the Library of Con
cut the ties which bound the gress and shown under a
13 colonies to England on double-paned, 'filter-equipped
July 2 when it approved a plate glass
resolution submitted by Rich .
ard Henry Lee The Declaration
of Independence, written Except for a three-year period
by Thomas Jefferson and during World War II
edited by John Adams and when it. along with other national
Benjamin Franklin, was mere treasures was stored
ly an explanation and defense at Fort Knox. Ky. the Declaration
of this action remained at the li COME SEE.
When Britith troops marched on Washington in 1812, At When the Declaration was brary until 19S2 It was then .
ready on August 2, it was transferred to the new National
Declaration moved
was 'to a Virginia farm iy wagon.
signed by John Hancock as Archives.
SIGH
president of the Congress The exhibition hall in Archives COME .
and the 50 or so members was designed to create
present for the session The a fitting background as well

later other signatures were added for as the the safest Declaration possible the haven Constitution Now, the luxury and beauty afforded by wall to wall carpet can be

. and the Bill of yours at terrific savings . during our two weeks' summer clearance
From Its earliest days the Rights-the three most pre
Declaration led a precarious cious papers in the American sale, July 6th through July 17th.
life During the Revolution, heritage. ,
the paper was taken secretly The protective devices go
to Baltimore and Annapolis, far beyond the containers
Md,; Lancaster and York Pa,. that ward off the effects of
and Trenton N.J., to keep it time and atmosphere. Below
from the British After the the hall Is a steel and concrete
war. it was in New York and vault that Is fireproof, shockproof -
finally came to Washington. and bombproof At the
But there was still no rest end of each day, the documents
for the American statement are lowered into the J
of liberty. To protect It from
the British during the War of vault.With such a stormy life, the
1812 the Declaration was Declaration of Independence
>. . ........ hastily sewn into linen bags is a good deal more than ft
The Declaration; along with tht Constitution and Bill of and hidden in a barn on a piece of paper It reflects the
Kightt" it now on permontnt Wew ot National Archive*. nearby Virginia farm life of a nation.

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 8.inlay, July B. 1954 Editors Quiz on-

AMERICAN REVOLUTION


Mail Zipping, -iQUESTION



F/guresZooming/



At Post Office


Affairs it the local post office 64, Including another full time
have been "zipping" over carrier to speed mall to pat rons. WOOLS
the past fiscal year which ended A contract station was opened .
I June 30.Receipts. In the Naples Shopping Center
, for the fiscal year on the North Trail. Twelve! miles NYLONS
totaled $260,476, Postmaster J, were added to the rural route .
Kenneth Rogers reported. Receipts deliveries, and plans are to extend
for the fiscal year end this service further during COTTONS.
ing June 30, 1963, were $197, 196465. .
751.

Rogers pointed out that the iJUICKER SERVICE Heavenly Carpets by LEES
jump In receipts of over $62,000 Neapolitans and county residents
was not due alone to an Increase are getting deliveries now
In business but reflects the Increase on the day the mall arrives at LEES LEES LEES
In postal rates as well, the local post office. Rogers

which year.were upped during the fiscal said from a Miami delivery dally Is made at 1130 by p.m.truck, 100% Wool Face Nylon Face Carpet 100% Nylon Face

Space In the post office was and one arrives from Tampa at 100% Continuous Filament CARPET
enlarged during the year add 2:30 a.m. The first clerks arrive : What was "the .. shot heard round the CARPET
ing 4,000 square feet to the already for duty at 6 a.m. and the world. Wai $10.95 Wai $8.95 Wai $6.952wtekionly
existing 5,000 feet In the mall Is assorted for delivery 2w* kionly $8.95 2 week only $6.95 $5.95
original! building. that day. Some air mall deliveries ANSWER,: : Before the Revolution American resentment r>tr Sq, Yd ftr Sq, Yd9x12 "V So, Y9x12 <.
Reflecting back to 1051 when arrive at 4:15 p.m. and against British tyranny grew, and the Americans began to orgonlze 9x12 room $107.40 room $ 834012x15 room ( 71.40
armed bodle of volunteer soldier, called
"mln
he was appointed postmaster,Rogers may not go out until the next utemen" because they were prepared to fight tome at a minute. .s 12x15 room $179.00 room -- $139.00 12x15 room $119.00

said the building on Third day. notice, when British officer In Boston heard thereat I sup 12x18 room $21480 12x18 room $16680 12x18 room $142.80
Stmx, South, contained only 1, Rogers pointed out a few Instances ply of American war material In Concord, decided
280 of how they to 15x24 room $358.00 15x24 room $278.00 15x24 room $238.00
square feet. Two additions the "zip code"Is march there and destroy it At Lexington the British redcoat .
there, each of 1,000 square feet, speeding mall delivery His found themselves confronted by a small group of minutemen -
followed before the move to the favorite story concerns an Insured A skirmish followed; the outnumbered minutemen withdrew
present location In May 1957. package arriving at the local WUNDA WEVE'S 100% WUNDA LOOM
Two more employees were post office with the zip code But when the British reached a bridge at Concord. the>
added to the staff during 19e3- number Intact, but the name and found I large body of determined American soldier barring the COTTON CARPET
address were missing with exception way, The resulting battle was the first forcible resistance to 0'1
of a "k" Indicating the British power by Americans, and that I i. IIh>' the first American
shot fired h.rl"" celebrated Emerson In hit famous ,
last letter In
the
name of the
School Agenda person and "da" Indicating the poem April: "By breeze the rude unfurled bridge that Her arched once the the flood.embattled Their farmer flag to Was $14.95 2 weeks only. . $9.95 per sq. yd. .

The agenda for Monday's 130 last two letters In the street. stood And fired the hot heard round the world' It I I. not *. .
p.m. meeting of the School Board The package would never have known who fired ihli shot, but It g\enotlce that a new' nation 9x 12 room $11940
li as follows: been delivered to Naples had It ''I' about to be born 12x15 room $19900
1. Minute not been for the zip code, Rogers .
2. Correspondence. said. The package was Insured FOR }0l: TO DO: Understand the whole stor>' of this stirring 12x18 room $23880
3. Budget amendments. and the department expected epl.ode-aet the fact behind the "midnight ride of Paul 15x24 room $39800
4. Pupil assignments. an Inquiry which did notmaterialize. Revere"
8. Designate physicians to examine 'Prices repretent stocked merchandise only
school bus drivers for Rather than send the package
the 6.1964.63 school year. to the dead letter oil ice In Atlanta Indicates one of the 10 sections Publishers of magazines like Stop in and browse in air-cond itioned comfort. Save at Southwest -
Appointments. and resituations. a clerk did a hit of word of the IMUtfd Mates. The second the Reader's Digest and McCallj

7. Report on Naples Senior survey. The "da" Jlcatlng, the three Indicates a certain are speeding deliveries by lIS.of Florida's most complete carpet specialty store.
High teacher-aid program. street would be one like Florida region. The nine Indicates the the zip code.
8. Approve and pay bills. Astrada, or Granada. Match section cemer. In this Instance Rogers said patrons should get
9. Adjourn. that with the some individual's Fort Myers. The 40 Indicates In the habit of Including zip code
name ending In"k" ai id that could Naples. Forty one and 42, have numbe rs to the add ressee and ft*
be the person the package belongs been reserved for Naples when return address. He also advised
MOTHERS RATE SHRINE to. it becomes large enough to be that In mailing a package It Is
GRAFTON W.Va. (AP) A "It proved true,"said Rogers, sectioned as big cities are. wise to Include both a mailing cnapLe 'g.Loor eOCJerilt'
movement ha* been started here "but without that zip code nu Tiber Zip code numbers are particularly and return address Inside as Insurance ]
todesifniuth* Mclhodntchurch the package would have never valuable to large companies against damage which
Died f of the firmofficial. Mother arrived at Naples. with volume mall. Rogers might destroy the outside Infor
Day .tmce it in international mentioned the Florida Power mation. "If you are priming
,hrine Andre** Chruch was :hetructur
1908. The DIG rfl:r I and Light Company In the new letterheads, be sure your YEARS OF PHONE 2-4056
uiid In 880 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH 19 DEPENDABILITY" Midway
He I code !Is Included" he advls-
proposed nhnne mould he ':llkd explained w 'e/lpcode i ampa area had been able to zip ,
"The Mothei Churuh of Mother helps mall! cleric, teterruw save mall clerks 64 hours per business andprofesslonal peo
t'.)',It to 33940 he said (' first three week by use of the code. pie
"



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